WordReference English Collocations © 2019
IⓘMost examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
- I have no idea what you [said, mean]
- I [like, prefer, hate]
- I never [said, did] that!
- what did I just [say, tell you]?
- that is exactly what I am [saying, thinking, telling you]
- I should never have
- there is a reason that I (never) [go, do, say]
- I don't know what I was thinking!
- where did I put [that, the keys]?
- I [work, study, volunteer] at
- there is no place I would rather be (than)
- that's what I said!
- I said the (exact) same thing!
- I can't believe that
- I really [feel like] going (out)
- UK: I really [fancy] going (out)
- that's what I should have [done, made]
- what was I thinking?
- how many times do I have to tell you?
- do you think I'm [stupid, an idiot, a fool]?
- the letter "I"
- [a capital, an uppercase] "I"
- a [small, lowercase] "i"
- there is an "i" [in, between, before]
- it's an I, not an L
- the "i" comes [before, after]
- [spelled, starts] with an I for "India"
- "i" before "e" except after "c"
- there is no "I" in "team"
- dot your i's and cross your t's
'I' also found in these entries:
A - ASAP - C - Christmas - Dutch - E - Earth - Japanese - Mexico - Morocco - OK - Russian - Sir - Spain - TV - Thursday - Wales - Welsh - a little - a number of - a piece - a stone's throw - about - absolutely - accent - accept - accident - account - accounting - accustomed - ache - aching - acquaintance - acquainted - act - actually - add - addition - additionally - adjustment - administration - admit - adorable - adventurous - advise - advocate - afford - afraid - after - afterwards