false collocations and examples

 UK /fɔːls/

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not true, or based on wrong information

Adverbs frequently used with false
completely: absolutely, completely, entirely, totally, utterlyIt is unbelievable that anyone could make this utterly false allegation.obviously: blatantly, manifestly, obviously, patentlyNeedless to say both are denying all allegations, describing them as “patently false”.in a way that you can prove: demonstrablyThe key claims that they made were demonstrably false.
Nouns frequently used with false
accusation, allegation, assumption, belief, claim, description, impression, statementThe campaign seeks to highlight the damage that false accusations can do to teachers’ careers.These methods are used in the false belief that children will benefit from them.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with false
trueRead the sentences and decide if they are true or false.
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