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This quiz tests what you learned in the previous blog posts.
1. A collocation is two or more words that
a. often go together b. have similar meanings c. must be used together
2. Collocations sound “right” to native English speakers, because they sound a. unnaturalb. are rarely usedc. are often used
3. If you learn and use many collocations, your English will sound more
a. unusual b. more grammatical c. more natural
4. Which is a very common collocation?
a. quick food b. fast foodc. rapid food
5. Complete the collocation: “I was running late so I only had time for a _____ shower.”
a. short b. quick c. fast
6. It’s best for learners to think of collocations as being
a. single parts of speech b. blocks of language c. rules of grammar
7. Collocations can be divided into several types such as _________ collocations.
a. verb + noun b. subject + objectc. first + second
8. Which is an example of a verb + noun collocation?
a. a terrible mistake b. commonly mistakenc. make a mistake
9. Complete with a verb + adverb collocation: “You’ll do it if you ________ enough.”
a. try hard b. really tryc. want to
10. Which is a common adverb + adjective collocation?
a. richly decoratedb. richly wealthyc. greedily rich
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