INTRODUCTION TO COMMON COLLOCATIONS
Instructions: Complete the sentences and questions below with the correct verb for the collocation.
A verb may be used more than once of not at all!
SEE also Module 1 APPENDIX 1.2 – INTRODUCTION TO COLLOCATIONS
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