No one wants to post after Sara, ok I'll be the first one to post after her!! loll
Come on guys: let's practice together.
Today I brought for you an exercise about collocation so let's answer it together.
Here we go:
the collocations for
'to ........ your temper' (set/do/make/lose)
'to ........ tricks on someone' (make/do/play/set)
'to ........ a decision' (achieve/reach/hit/gain)
'to ........ a chance' (run/make/hold/stand)
'to ........ a cold' (take/suffer/catch/feel)
Let me answer the first question: Well, I think we should use "lose" because lose goes well with temper so it should be:
'to lose your temper'.
Let's see who will come after me!!!
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