The classification of multiword expressions (MWEs) developed by Baldwin et al. (Baldwin, T., C. Bannard, T. Tanaka, D. Widdows. An Empirical Model of Multiword Expression Decomposability. In: Proceedings of the ACL Workshop on Multiword Expressions: Analysis, Acquisition and Treatment. 2003) who distinguish between non-decomposable, idiosyncratically decomposable and simple decomposable MWEs is adopted. Further, we divide simple decomposable MWEs into 10 categories based on pragmatic factors – whether they are or contain a named entity (NE). Free collocations are free phrases (non-MWEs) which are statistically marked, i.e. appear with high frequency in a corpus, but are not linguistically marked. The lists of Multiword expressions are the result of automatic and semi-automatic tagging and classification of the corpus Wiki1000+ (13.4 million tokens): Non-decomposable - 700, Idiosyncratically decomposable - 3,156, Simple decomposable (NEs without connection between elements - 36,932, NEs with a meaningful element(s) - 11,248, Non-NEs with a vague connection between components - 1,46, NEs with meaningful components but connection difficult to restore - 1,086, NEs with descriptor and additional element - 18,962, Non-NEs with a NE as one of the components - 27,373, Non-NEs with a standard, easy to restore connection between components- 140,394, NEs with a standard, easy to restore connection between components - 16,653, Non-NEs with explicit connection between components - 1,468), “Free collocations” - 49,651, Free phrases- 1,197,762.