Knowledge of lexical collocations is an essential part of vocabulary knowledge, which is an essential component of any language. Various factors may influence the learning of collocations. This book focuses on feedback types. It begins with a theoretical review of both collocations and feedback , and then present s an empirical analysis of the effect of feedback types on the comprehension and production of lexical collocations. It also presents tabular and graphical results of the analyses as well as the implications that the findings may have for teachers, learners, and course designers.