Binomials are used frequently by native speakers of English, so it is a good idea to add them to your vocabulary.
But, what are binomials?
Binomials are expressions made up of two words that are joined by a conjunction. The conjunctions used are usually 'and' or 'or' and the word order is usually fixed. Using them in a different order would sound strange to a native speaker.
Here you have a list of 25 of the most common binomials.
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