A familiar grouping of words which appears together because of their habitual use and thus creating the same meaning is called collocation. Two words that often go together, such as light sleeper or early riser are an example of collocation. English has a number of common collocations. Alphabetical List of Collocations.
Collocations With Have
have a snack have a bath have a break have a chat have a coffee have a conversation have a dance have a day off have a decision have a dispute have a dream have a drill have a fight have a game have a haircut have a holiday have a jog have a lecture have a lesson have a lie down have a meal have a nap have a party have a quarrel have a rest have a run have a scrub have a shave have a shower have a snooze have a stretch have a sweet have a swim have a talk have a think have a walk have a wash have an argument have fun have lunch Collocations With Do
Do business Do nothing Do cooking Do the housework Do the shopping Do your best Do your hair Do homework Do damage Do laundry Do the dishes Do harm Do good Do the exam Do anything Do a good job Do your chores Do everything Do sport Do well Do the ironing Do the cleaning Do badly Do business Do exercises Do a job Do an interview Do your make-up Do research Do an operation Do work Do the math Do the maximum Do the favor Do a deal Do cleaning Do a drawing Do friends Do your nails Do account Collocations With Come
Come early Come complete with Come close Come first Come into view Come cheap Come to a stop Come clean about Come under attack Come up with Come to life Come prepared Come to a realization Come to terms with Come in last Come on time Come to power Come right back Come to a conclusion Come to an agreement Come direct Come late Come last Come to compromise Come to life Come second Come to decision Come to a total of Come to an end