Grammar lesson: Music – collocations

Watch a recording of our live event to support our learners studying grammar: Music – collocations.


17 October 2023

What is the event about?

In this live lesson there will be an introduction to the topic of music. Then, you can listen to a short grammar explanation and practise using the grammar yourself.

This live event is a free lesson for learning grammar: Adverb + adjective collocations


Average: 4.3 (15 votes)

Submitted by User_1 on Wed, 18/10/2023 - 19:03


Hi Jo,
Thanks a lot for your help and task's correction!

Submitted by User_1 on Tue, 17/10/2023 - 15:59


Hello Jo,
Thanks for your grammar lesson.
Could I have your feedback about my task?

Is music an important part of your life? Why?
As for many people, music is an important part of my life since it connects us to our feelings, becoming a deeply emotional experience.
I find a lot of classic music deeply moving and impressed, like some pieces intelligently written by Bach.
As a songwriter, Adele is highly recommended not only for her utterly amazing album, but also for the beautifully filmed video.
Sometimes, I listen to music that make me want to move.
Overall, for me as a lot of people, it would be virtually impossible to live without music.
Jo, Thanks a lot!

Hi User_1,

Thanks for participating in the lesson. I can see that you've used at least seven adverb+adjective collocations - I'm immensely impressed! ;-)

Just remember the difference between 'impressive' (the thing) and 'impressed' (how the person feels).

The concert was very impressive. I was very impressed.

I hope that helps!


best wishes,

Jo (LearnEnglish team)