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1 BAC / UNIT2 / SOCIETY / VOCABULARY : COLLOCATIONS Instr.

Abdelkarim Foulfoula
A. Collocations are usually two words that can go together to express a certain meaning or an idea.
B. Notice bellow that one same word is used with different words, and it expresses a different meaning each time it’s used.
C. In pairs, discuss what each of the collocation bellow means. Use a dictionary to look up the words that you don’t understand.

social issue family problem child labor homeless children health issues poor people
social justice family pressure child abuse homeless families health crisis poor areas
social reform family union child protection homeless people health care poor country
urban/rural areas drug addiction generation gap population growth domestic violence school violence
urban/ rural cities internet addiction old/young generation demographic growth domestic abuse street violence
gouvernmental associations D. FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE APPROPRIATE WORDS FROM THIS LIST :
non-gouvernmental associations generation - pressure - growth - justice
- drug - social - association - homeless
governmental organizations domestic - urban - health - cities - abuse - street - poor

1. There are many …………………………. children in Casablanca . So, many of them fall victims to ………………………. violence every day.
2. Overpopulation is a serious …………………………. issue for the government. It’s quite common in big urban …………………………. .
3. ……………………………… gap leads to a difference in ideas and behavior between young and older people.
4. Our non-governmental ……………….……… is doing its best to help with victims of ……………….……. violence. Most of them are women.
5. Population …………………………… is becoming an alarming issue , especially in some already crowded ………………….. areas.
6. These ……………………. people are just asking for proper ……………..…….…… care some social ………………..……… in this country.
7. Many teenagers in our school suffer from family …………….…….. . Worst, some of them are even victims of domestic ……………….….. .
So, it comes as no surprise to have these high rates of ………..…….…….. addiction among these emotionally depressed youths.

1 BAC / UNIT2 / SOCIETY / VOCABULARY : COLLOCATIONS Instr. Abdelkarim Foulfoula


A. Collocations are usually two words that can go together to express a certain meaning or an idea.
B. Notice bellow that one same word is used with different words, and it expresses a different meaning each time it’s used.
C. In pairs, discuss what each of the collocation bellow means. Use a dictionary to look up the words that you don’t understand.

social issue family problem child labor homeless children health issues poor people
social justice family pressure child abuse homeless families health crisis poor areas
social reform family union child protection homeless people health care poor country
urban/rural areas drug addiction generation gap population growth domestic violence school violence
urban/ rural cities internet addiction old/young generation demographic growth domestic abuse street violence
gouvernmental associations D. FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE APPROPRIATE WORDS FROM THIS LIST :
non-gouvernmental associations generation - pressure - growth - justice
- drug - social - association - homeless
governmental organizations domestic - urban - health - cities - abuse - street - poor

1. There are many …………………………. children in Casablanca . So, many of them fall victims to ………………………. violence every day.
2. Overpopulation is a serious …………………………. issue for the government. It’s quite common in big urban …………………………. .
3. ……………………………… gap leads to a difference in ideas and behavior between young and older people.
4. Our non-governmental ……………….……… is doing its best to help with victims of ……………….……. violence. Most of them are women.
5. Population …………………………… is becoming an alarming issue , especially in some already crowded ………………….. areas.
6. These ……………………. people are just asking for proper ……………..…….…… care some social ………………..……… in this country.
7. Many teenagers in our school suffer from family …………….…….. . Worst, some of them are even victims of domestic ……………….….. .
So, it comes as no surprise to have these high rates of ………..…….…….. addiction among these emotionally depressed youths.

1 BAC / UNIT2 / SOCIETY / VOCABULARY : COLLOCATIONS Instr. Abdelkarim Foulfoula


A. Collocations are usually two words that can go together to express a certain meaning or an idea.
B. Notice bellow that one same word is used with different words, and it expresses a different meaning each time it’s used.
C. In pairs, discuss what each of the collocation bellow means. Use a dictionary to look up the words that you don’t understand.

social issue family problem child labor homeless children health issues poor people
social justice family pressure child abuse homeless families health crisis poor areas
social reform family union child protection homeless people health care poor country
urban/rural areas drug addiction generation gap population growth domestic violence school violence
urban/ rural cities internet addiction old/young generation demographic growth domestic abuse street violence
gouvernmental associations D. FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE APPROPRIATE WORDS FROM THIS LIST :
non-gouvernmental associations generation - pressure - growth - justice
- drug - social - association - homeless
governmental organizations domestic - urban - health - cities - abuse - street - poor

1. There are many …………………………. children in Casablanca . So, many of them fall victims to ………………………. violence every day.
2. Overpopulation is a serious …………………………. issue for the government. It’s quite common in big urban …………………………. .
3. ……………………………… gap leads to a difference in ideas and behavior between young and older people.
4. Our non-governmental ……………….……… is doing its best to help with victims of ……………….……. violence. Most of them are women.
5. Population …………………………… is becoming an alarming issue , especially in some already crowded ………………….. areas.
6. These ……………………. people are just asking for proper ……………..…….…… care some social ………………..……… in this country.
7. Many teenagers in our school suffer from family …………….…….. . Worst, some of them are even victims of domestic ……………….….. .
So, it comes as no surprise to have these high rates of ………..…….…….. addiction among these emotionally depressed youths.