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    Default list of collocations

    hi guys,

    I would like to create a list of collocations of adjectives+adverbs and adverbs+ verbs... will you help me?

    As I come up with anything more I'll edit my post :)

    ADVERB+ADJECTIVE
    entirely convinced
    consistently successful
    utterly (amazed, successful)
    completely useless
    virtually impossible


    ADVERB+VERB
    absoluely adore
    barely see
    bitterly regret
    distinctily remember
    dramatically increase
    eagerly await
    fully investigate
    heavily rely on
    profusely apologize
    seriously wonder
    soundly sleep
    strongly (suggest, recommend)
    thoroughly investigate
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    Default Re: list of collocations

    Adverb+verb
    Completely agree
    Rightfully belong

    Adverb+adjective
    Fully aware
    Properly used
    Completely vague
    Beautifully madeup.
    Last edited by shalstudent; 01-Apr-2008 at 06:47. Reason: added more

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