concept collocations and examples

 UK /ˈkɒnsept/

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an idea of something that exists


Adjectives frequently used with concept
important: basic, core, fundamental, keyThe book provides students with the basic concepts of economics.types of concept: abstract, mathematical, philosophical, sociological, theoreticalAs an abstract concept, the notion of time may be difficult for children to grasp.easy to understand: simpleRisk Assessment is a simple concept which sounds complicated.new: innovative, new, originalI am interested in the ways in which students make sense of new concepts.
Verbs frequently used with concept
understand a concept: grasp, understandThe youngster grasped the concept quickly.talk/write about a concept: clarify, define, discuss, examine, explain, explore, illustrate, introduceUse visual aids and diagrams tol help you to introduce difficult concepts.
 
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