Your English: Collocations
Tim Bowen focuses on different word collocations in this section of Your English.
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Tim Bowen exceeds our expectations yet again with another stunning article on collocations.
Tim Bowen really hits the nail on the head with his discussion of the collocates of this versatile word.
That settles it! Tim Bowen's article on collocates of the verb settle proves that he is just the person to ask if you need information on collocations.
Do you share car journeys to offset fuel costs? Tim Bowen weighs up a versatile verb.
Tim Bowen casts new light on the verb to cast and its collocates.
If you get yourself lost in a dense forest does that make you pretty dense? Tim Bowen explores the various collocations of this versatile (and sometimes offensive) adjective.
Tim Bowen showcases his hidden talents as he explains the hidden meanings in this batch of collocations.
Have you felt a slight drop in temperature? Or have you noticed a slight increase in the price of milk? Tim Bowen appreciates the subtleties of slight and its collocates.
Are collocations a source of grievance? Let Tim Bowen clear things up.
Have you ever missed a deadline? Tim Bowen counts down a number of useful collocations.
Tim Bowen keeps the peace by delivering another fine article on collocations.
Have you ever been in a fragile state? Tim Bowen delicately explores collocates of fragile.
Never fear! Tim Bowen’s here to resolve your collocation dilemmas.
Tim Bowen's articles play a vital role in jazzing up any study of idioms, collocations, phrasal verbs or word grammar.
Tim Bowen demonstrates his remarkable grasp of collocations.
Tim Bowen captures the mood of the economic crisis with this educational discussion on collocates of the word place.
Have you ever had an inappropriate giggling fit? Tim Bowen is here to calm us down with his fitting explanation of a few more collocations.
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Think collocations are just a fuss about nothing? Tim Bowen explains the collocates of this word with the minimum of fuss.
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It’s no hoax, Tim Bowen’s back with another look at these handy collocations!
Enhance your understanding of collocations with a little help from Tim Bowen.
This week, Tim Bowen returns with some key information on the collocates of the word return.
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Do you need a favour? Tim Bowen does us a special favour in explaining some collocations.
Always winning a lot of support for his weekly articles, Tim Bowen returns to lead us through collocates of the connected verbs win, earn and gain.
Tim Bowen bears the burden of explaining the collocates of this interesting word. Just dont bear a grudge against him.
Collocations prove to be a fruitful area for Tim Bowen this week, as he offers up this fruitful discussion.
Tim Bowen sets out to explore the many varied collocates of this verb.
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How are you coping in the current economic climate? Tim Bowen is here to help with a shower of collocations.
Shall we run Tim Bowen's latest article on the word run and its collocates? Oh, go on then.
These collocations are certainly no hardship with Tim Bowen about.
Tim Bowen demonstrates his mental toughness with a set of tricky collocations.
Once again, Tim Bowen covers himself in glory as he explains the collocates of this glorious word.
Tim Bowen covers the fundamentals with this set of collocations.
Tim Bowen would break our hearts if he ever stopped writing these fantastic articles. This week, he discusses collocates of the word break.
Never one to evade his responsibilities, Tim Bowen avoids any confusion with a thorough explanation of two popular collocates.
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Tim Bowen provides a firm grounding in collocations.
Does your country have a strong drinking culture? Tim Bowen quenches your thirst for some collocations.
In a gesture of goodwill, Tim Bowen explains the uses of this tricky word.
Tim Bowen discusses the wide range of collocations the verb to raise can form.
Tim Bowen brings a smile to our faces with his article on the verb bring and its collocates.
Embargoes are in the news, so Tim Bowen trades some topical collocations.
Tim Bowen serves up a lethal combination of collocations including deadly threats and fatal errors.
You certainly won't find Tim Bowen's article on the word heavy and its collocates heavy going.
This week, Tim Bowen launches into an avid description of the collocates of this particularly power-packed word.
Tim Bowen delivers this week’s article with a twinkle in his eye, so your eyes won’t glaze over while reading it!
Have you ever made a cynical remark or employed cynical tactics? Tim Bowen gives the lowdown on this popular collocate for the sceptics among us.
Don't let those complicated questions about the finer points of the English language throw you off balance - Tim Bowen is here to help. This week he brings us an enlightening discussion on collocates of the word throw.
Tim Bowen achieves his primary goal with these useful collocations.
Tim Bowen again reflects on the substantial damage sustained in the UK’s recent riots as inspiration for some collocations.
No need to panic about confusing collocates! Tim Bowen is here to relieve your stress.
Are we all on an equal footing when it comes to collocations? Here’s Tim Bowen with his feet firmly on the ground.
We’ve no harsh criticism for Tim Bowen here, as he shows once again why he’s the master of Your English.
Tim Bowen shows he doesn’t harbour a grudge as he tackles this batch of collocations.
Back to the rescue, Tim Bowen is here to correct any discrepancies between your understanding and the correct formation of collocations.
Tim Bowen takes us on a whirlwind tour of the British tourism sector.
Tim Bowen causes a stir with collocates of the verb to cause.
Without fail, Tim Bowen continues to keep us on the edge of our seats, providing us with fabulous articles no matter what the weather. As the saying goes, you can't keep a good man down!
Tim Bowen is buoyantly optimistic that you can apply and teach these collocations with ease.
Tim Bowen reveals a set of collocations that is equally dark, sinister and shocking!
Are you suffering from a stinking cold or a hacking cough? Tim Bowen spreads his germs.
Sadly, there always seems to be an area of the world engaged in fierce fighting. Tim Bowen provides some topical collocations.
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Tim Bowen clears the way for the verb clear and its collocates.
We've no petty grievances with this set of collocations from Tim Bowen.
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Tim Bowen draws attention to the collocates of this versatile word.
Tim Bowen identifies some important factors in this collection of collocations.
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Tim Bowen’s frantic efforts have paid off, as he offers up another fantastic article on collocations.
Tim Bowen offers up an admirably frank discussion in this week’s set of collocations.
Tim Bowen provides a flood of literal and figurative expressions containing this word linked to natural disasters.
Tim Bowen urges you not to lose sleep over the collocates of the verb to lose.
Tim Bowen shows he’s got a tight grip on these tricky collocations.
Read the fruits of Tim Bowen's boundless energy in this blast of collocations.
You would really want to catch more than just a glimpse of Tim Bowen's article on catch and its collocates.
Tim Bowen gives some popular collocations a thorough exploration.
Have you ever been caught in dense fog? Tim Bowen gets meteorological.
When were you last overwhelmed with emotion? Tim Bowen takes a deep breath and delivers another round of collocations.
Tim Bowen pulls out all the stops with his description of the collocates of the verb to pull.
As ever, Tim Bowen applies intense concentration and produces another powerful Your English article.