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Impression adjective collocations

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  • 1. Which one noun collocates with all of these adjectives?<br />Here is part of the entry for ‘impression’ from the ‘Oxford Collocations Dictionary for Students of English’. It includes all of the adjectives in the word cloud above. <br />impression noun1 idea/feeling/opinion about sthADJ. distinct, firm, strong | main, overriding, overwhelming | convincing | clear, vivid | fleeting, vague | accurate | distorted, erroneous, false, mistaken, misleading, spurious, wrong | good The village gives a good impression of what a medieval city would have looked like. | favourable | negative | opposite | early, first, immediate, initial First impressions can be misleading. | final | general, overall | general, widespread There is a widespread impression that schooling needs to be improved. | public | personal, subjective<br />Have you ever used a collocations dictionary?<br />Why do you think the adjectives have lines between them?<br />Use this space to write example sentences using some of the adjectives with ‘impression’:<br />