Learn frequently used Collocations with TO in English.
You can jump to any section of this lesson:
- 1 Access to
- 2 Addiction to
- 3 Allusion to
- 4 An attitude to
- 5 An invitation to
- 6 Approach to
- 7 Change to
- 8 Concern to
- 9 Contribution to
- 10 Damage to
- 11 Dedication to
- 12 Desire to
- 13 Devotion to
- 14 Invitation to
- 15 Newcomer to
- 16 Reaction to
- 17 Reason to
- 18 Reference to
- 19 Relevance to
- 20 Resistance to
- 21 Response to
- 22 Solution to
- 23 Transition to
- 24 Visit to
- Students must have access to good resources.
- Mark is now fighting his addiction to alcohol.
- His statement was seen as an allusion to the recent drug-related killings.
An attitude to
- Our attitude to your problems doesn’t help them get resolved.
An invitation to
- I have an open invitation to visit my friend in Korea.
- The school has decided to adopt a different approach to discipline.
- The director of studies must be informed of any changes to the timetable.
- She was concerned to write about situations that everybody could identify with.
- I’d like to make a small contribution to the cost of the holiday.
- The flood caused damage to property estimated at $6 million.
- I really admire Sarah for her dedication to her family.
Nouns & Prepositions: 25 Common Collocations with TO
- I have no desire to discuss the matter further.
- Her devotion to her husband and family is touching.
- The invitation to the reception at the embassy arrived the next day.
- I was a newcomer to windsurfing so I was very nervous.
- His reaction to his behavior was quite funny.
- You have no reason to change the schedule like that.
- The book is full of references to growing up in India.
- What he said has no direct relevance to the matter in hand.
- There has been a lot of resistance to this new law.
- We received an encouraging response to our advertisement.
- There is no solution to this problem.
- He will remain head of state during the period of transition to democracy.
- It’s my first visit to Tokyo.