Nov 022014
 
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What is a collocation?
collocation คือ กลุ่มคำ(คำที่มีมากกว่า2คำ)ในภาษาอังกฤษที่ใช่ร่วมกัน   หากใช้ผิดคำความหมายก็อาจจะเปลี่ยนไป หรือฟังดูแปลกๆ  ดังนั้นกลุ่มคำเหล่านี้เราจะต้องจำเป็นชุด เพื่อให้นำไปใช้งานได้อย่างถูกต้องและคล่องแคล่ว

ตัวอย่างกลุ่มคำที่เป็น collocation

Collocation using BREAK:

  • break a habit
  • break a leg
  • break a promise
  • break a record
  • break a window
  • break someone’s heart
  • break the ice
  • break the law
  • break the news to someone
  • break the rules

Collocations using CATCH:

  • catch a ball
  • catch a bus
  • catch a chill
  • catch a cold
  • catch a thief
  • catch fire
  • catch sight of
  • catch someone’s attention
  • catch someone’s eye
  • catch the flu

Collocations using COME:

  • come close
  • come complete with
  • come direct
  • come early
  • come first
  • come into view
  • come last
  • come late
  • come on time
  • come prepared
  • come right back
  • come second
  • come to a compromise
  • come to a decision
  • come to an agreement
  • come to an end
  • come to a standstill
  • come to terms with
  • come to a total of
  • come under attack

Collocations using DO:

  • do homework
  • do nothing
  • do someone a favour
  • do the cooking
  • do the housework
  • do the shopping
  • do the washing up
  • do your best
  • do your hair
  • do your homework

Collocations using GET:

  • get a job
  • get a shock
  • get angry
  • get divorced
  • get drunk
  • get frightened
  • get home
  • get lost
  • get married
  • get nowhere
  • get permission
  • get pregnant
  • get ready
  • get started
  • get the impression
  • get the message
  • get the sack
  • get upset
  • get wet
  • get worried

Collocations using GO:

  • go astray
  • go bad
  • go bald
  • go bankrupt
  • go blind
  • go crazy
  • go dark
  • go deaf
  • go fishing
  • go mad
  • go missing
  • go on foot
  • go online
  • go out of business
  • go overseas
  • go quiet
  • go sailing
  • go to war
  • go yellow
Collocations using GET:

  • get a job
  • get a shock
  • get angry
  • get divorced
  • get drunk
  • get frightened
  • get home
  • get lost
  • get married
  • get nowhere
  • get permission
  • get pregnant
  • get ready
  • get started
  • get the impression
  • get the message
  • get the sack
  • get upset
  • get wet
  • get worried

Collocation with HAVE:

  • have a bath
  • have a drink
  • have a good time
  • have a haircut
  • have a holiday
  • have a problem
  • have a relationship
  • have a rest
  • have lunch
  • have sympathy

Collocations using KEEP:

  • keep a diary
  • keep a promise
  • keep a secret
  • keep an appointment
  • keep calm
  • keep control
  • keep in touch
  • keep quiet
  • keep someone’s place
  • keep the change

Collocations using PAY:

  • pay a fine
  • pay attention
  • pay by credit card
  • pay cash
  • pay interest
  • pay someone a compliment
  • pay someone a visit
  • pay the bill
  • pay the price
  • pay your respects

Collocations using MAKE:

  • make dinner
  • make a mess
  • make a mistake
  • make a noise
  • make an effort
  • make furniture
  • make money
  • make progress
  • make room
  • make sure
  • make time
  • make plans
  • make trouble
  • make a decision
  • make believe

Collocations using SAVE:

  • save electricity
  • save energy
  • save money
  • save one’s strength
  • save someone a seat
  • save someone’s life
  • save something to a disk
  • save space
  • save time
  • save yourself the trouble

Collocations using TAKE:

  • take a break
  • take a chance
  • take a look
  • take a rest
    take a seat
  • take a taxi
  • take an exam
  • take notes
  • take someone’s place
  • take someone’s temperature
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