A ‘sequence‘ is the order in which things or events occur in. As a verb ‘sequence’ means to put things in order.
- You need to complete all of the activities on the list, but it doesn’t matter what sequence you do them in.
- I’ll be with you in a moment, I just need to finish sequencing the photos.
- Sheila experienced a strange sequence of events when she went to Thailand.
When you learn new vocab, make sure that you note collocations too. For this group of words some collocations are:
registry office, register for, register with
reliance on, reliability of, rely on
remove from, remove by
scheme related to
sequence of, sequence for, in sequence, organized sequentially
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Complete the sentences below with the correct word and the correct form of the word.
- Did you ______________ for the afternoon course in linguistics?(register, sequence)
- What do you think about the student saving _______________ the government is proposing?(register, scheme)
- Did he_______________ the incorrect information from the meeting minutes? (remove, rely)
- I know all of the numbers, but I don’t know the right _______________ . (remove, sequence)
- She _______________ on her children to help around the house. (scheme, rely)
Answers (in the wrong order below)
4. sequence 3. remove 5. relies 1. register 2. scheme