The Collocations to Improve your French

How to improve French vocabulary may be quite easy if you use the collocations, i.e. the combinations of words that often go together.
Example: cooking and eating la cuisine et manger
Noun + adjective: la cuisine française (French cuisine)
Noun + noun: les étapes de la cuisine (step by step cooking)
Noun + verb : la cuisine se démocratise (cooking food has become common)
Verb + noun : elle fait la cuisine (she’s cooking)
Verb + adverb : il cuisine brillamment (he’s a talented chef)/ nous mangeons vite (we eat quickly)
Adjective + adverb : à moitié mangé (half eaten)
To improve your vocabulary, try the combinations with other words, then check in a dictionary to be certain you have the proper expressions.
See also: How to learn French vocabulary very quicky
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