Collocations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs


Collocations
A collocation (also collocate) is a word or phrase which is frequently used with
another word or phrase, in a way that sounds correct to speakers of the
language. For example, heavy rain

Idioms
An expression whose meaning is different from the meaning of the individual
words. For example, to have your feet on the ground is an idiom meaning to
be sensible.

Phrasal verbs
A combination of words that is used like a verb and consists of a verb and an
adverb or preposition, for example give in or come up with

(Source:  onestopenglish.com 2002)

ASSIGNMENT:
Students, please click the speech bubbles above, to add your collocations, idioms, and phrasal verbs to our collection

- Kamikaze 10/18/14


Assignment CC#4 - Pay It Forward (Expression)
Pay it Forward!

Please watch the video using the link below.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxrpO9vPeY0


1) What do you think the phrase “pay it forward” means? Please explain your answer using two or more sentences.
2) How does "paying it forward" help the world become a better place?


* Go to the speech bubbles above and answer the above questions.

- Kamikaze 10/22/14


Phrasal verbs about clothes!
Universal71 10/10/14

My dear classmates. How are you? Today I have another useful link to share it with you. These pharasal verbs you use it everyday, so you should learn it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NglZpVcQ3Ww

Collocation List

http://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/collocations-lists.htm

Lovely > Date ?