Collocation is the tendency of words to co-occur regularly and form “partnerships” in ways not fully explained by semantic compatibility (or lack of it). (definition by S. Swift). This means that in English there are words which go together with other words with no specific reason. For example, the adjective quick = veloce you can say a quick meal 🙂 but not a quick train 🙁
So, when you learn English, it is important to notice this kind of co-occurence. Collocations can make your English sounds natural and fluent.
In our courses we prioritize the learning of natural English, and give our students the opportunity to notice how words collocate.
Looking forward to meeting you in our classes!