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    Word Combination

    Dear Mr/Mrs/Ms

    I have had a discussion with a colleague about grammar. We talked about which word combinations that are usually analysed as we study grammar. Can you help and tell us because we do not agree. I would like you to tell us why these combinations are the one we analyse first so we can convince each other. Thanks for your help.
    /Gunilla Johansson in Sweden

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    Re: Word Combination

    Please give some example of the combinations you mean.

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