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    Question Word Combinations

    Where and how is it possible to find out which words combination should be used,e.g what do we do with a request: do we "accommodate a request" or what? And so on. Please, advise.

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    Re: Word Combinations

    Try searching a corpus: [DAVIES/BYU] British National Corpus

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    Wink Re: Word Combinations

    I would also recommend a good collocation dictionary.

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