Collocations with 'head'

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Grammar — Advanced Level
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Activity

Complete each sentence choosing the correct option


  1. If you are "heading over", you are   .

  2. If you've "fallen head over heels" with someone, you   .

  3. If you are the "head of your class", you   .

  4. If you "delve head first" into something, you   .

  5. If you're "thick headed", you   .

  6. If something is "heady", it's   .

  7. Being "cool-headed" means you   .

  8. When you "can't wrap your head around something", you   .

Discussion

Practice your writing skills by discussing the questions below


  1. Use the terms above to make statements to your partner.

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    Vocabulary

      • (delved) reach inside a receptacle and search for something.
      • the back part of the human foot below the ankle
      • the action of pausing before saying or doing something
      • the possibility that something bad or unpleasant (such as an injury or a loss) will happen

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