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1

very/extremely controversial
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

Highly controversial

2

very/extremely offended
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

Deeply offended

3

very/extremely disappointed
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

Bitterly disappointed

4

utterly ridiculous
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

totalement : totally, completely, entirely, utterly, in total
complètement : completely, fully, totally, absolutely, wholly, utterly
finalement : finally, eventually, ultimately, in the end, after all, utterly

5

Ridiculously easy
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

Adverbe
so as to invite mockery or derision; absurdly.

"This World Cup started as it was to end - with a risible penalty from a ridiculously coiffured superstar."

6

Highly successful
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

to a high degree or level.

7

deeply concerned
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

far down or in.
"He breathes in deeply , then starts sobbing and leaves the room to be comforted by his wife and lawyer."

8

strongly opposed
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

powerfully

9

Collocations

a pair or group of words that are often used together

10

Perfectly normal
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

(=very normal)

11

Bitterly ashamed / cold
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

(NOT bitterly successful)

12

Highly successful / motivated
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

(NOT highly divided/grateful/cold)

13

Deeply divided / grateful
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

(NOT deeply developed)

14

Richly decorated
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

(The house was richly decorated.)

15

Fully aware
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

(I am fully aware of the consequences of my actions.)

16

Strong / real / distinct possibility
Collocation : Adverb + Adjective

(=very possible)

17

Chilly day / chilly reception
Collocation : Adjective + Noun

(=very cold day/very cold reception)

18

Rich culture / vocabulary / history
Collocation : Adjective + Noun

(=very interesting and full of variety)

19

Rich sauce / cake / food
Collocation : Adjective + Noun

(=containing a lot of fat, butter, eggs, etc. and making
you feel full quickly)

20

Heavy book / suitcase / load
Collocation : Adjective + Noun

(=weighing a lot)

21

Heavy traffic / rain / snow
Collocation : Adjective + Noun

(=worse than usual)

22

A heavy coat / sweater
Collocation : Adjective + Noun

(=made of a thick material or substance)

23

Strong coffee / cheese
Collocation : Adjective + Noun

(=having a lot of flavour)

24

Strong smell / taste / colour / accent
Collocation : Adjective + Noun

(=easy to see, hear, feel or smell)

25

Nice / kind / good / stupid / silly / intelligent / clever / sensible of
Collocation : Adjective + Prepositions

(=It
was nice/kind/good of you to help her.)
Nice /

26

Nice / kind / good / (im)polite / rude / (un)pleasant / (un)friendly / cruel
to
Collocation : Adjective + Prepositions

(=She was always very rude/unfriendly to Anne.)

27

Pleased / disappointed / satisfied with
Collocation : Adjective + Prepositions

(=I was pleased with the present you
gave me.)

28

Married to someone
Collocation : Adjective + Prepositions

(=Linda is married to an American.)

29

Sorry about something
Collocation : Adjective + Prepositions

(=I'm sorry about the noise last night.)

30

Keen on something
Collocation : Adjective + Prepositions

(=We stayed at home because Mary wasn't very keen on
going out in the rain.)