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Top 153 Business English Collocations, Idioms, and Phrasal Verbs
Winn Trivette, MA
Published by Winn Trivette, MA, 2018.
While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, the publisher assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions, or for damages resulting from the use of the information contained herein.
TOP 153 BUSINESS ENGLISH COLLOCATIONS, IDIOMS, AND PHRASAL VERBS
First edition. July 6, 2018.
Copyright © 2018 Winn Trivette, MA.
Written by Winn Trivette, MA.
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Introduction to Collocations
Introduction to Idioms
Introduction to Phrasal Verbs
51 Phrasal Verbs
SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES
Also By Winn Trivette, MA
About the Author
to Mom, Melissa, Heather, Alex, and Noel with love
Welcome to Top 153 Business English Collocations, Idioms, and Phrasal Verbs!
Many professionals struggle with the three interesting word combinations in Business English: 1) collocations, 2) idioms, and 3) phrasal verbs. Yet, using these three types of word phrases is essential for truly dominating the English language as well as expressing yourself naturally and accurately. If your personal and/or professional success depends on confidently and fluently using English, then you need Top 153 Business English Collocations, Idioms, and Phrasal Verbs!
Are you confused about idioms, collocations, and phrasal verbs? Do you have trouble remembering which phrasal verb is separable or non-separable?
Don’t worry anymore!
You are going to learn highly useful Business English collocations, idioms, and phrasal verbs. You could read a thick heavy book on each, but I know your time is too valuable!
In Top 153 Business English Collocations, Idioms, and Phrasal Verbs, you get definitions for an idiom, a collocation, and the three different types of phrasal verbs, and definitions for each. In addition, you get quiz at the end of each chapter to test your understanding!
If you are ready to really speak English fluently and more native-like, using collocations, idioms, and phrasal verbs, you found the right book! Open Top 153 Business English Collocations, Idioms, and Phrasal Verbs, take out a clean notebook, and prepare yourself to polish your English and impress those around you!
About the Author
Professor Winn is an experienced English instructor who has been helping students meet their language and professional goals for more than 10 years.
p.s. Please consider 1-on-1 online lessons with Professor Winn to improve your (Business) English, write English better, or prepare for the IELTS or TOEFL.
What is a collocation?
A collocation is a term used to describe common and regular word combinations in Business English that are often found together.
While these words that go together sound natural to native speakers, students of English often struggle to make sense of them. Fear no more!
You are going to learn 51 collocations to help you on English examinations, at the office, or everyday life while using English to communicate with others.
Using collocations demonstrates your deep understanding of the language and culture.
Usage of collocations by native speakers is both common and predictable.
Now you can use collocations as a natural part of your English.
Types of Collocations
There are seven (7) main types of collocations. Be aware of these patterns and you will be able to readily notice collocations when used.
(1) Adjectives and Nouns: Notice which adjectives typically go with certain nouns.
Ex: best friend, chief complain, main issue
(2) Nouns and Verbs: Notice how certain nouns and verbs are found together.
Ex: The oil industry boomed in south Texas last year. (the industry was strong).
(3) Noun + Noun: Watch for collocations in this pattern – a....of.....
Ex: Luis accepted Roland’s advice with a grain of salt. (hardly accepted it at all!)
(4) Verbs and Expressions with Prepositions: Notice verbs and prepositions go together.
Ex: Myrna fell into despair when she failed her algebra test. (became sad)
(5) Adverbs and Adjectives: Some adjectives have particular adverbs that form collocations.