TO MAKE (REVISION)-1
TO MAKE (REVISION)-1: meaning and examples
Good morning. I hope you had a nice weekend.
This week we are going to revise some Daily Vitamins that were originally sent in December of 2003. We will concentrate on a very very high-frequency word in English: the verb to make. I hope you find them useful.
Today we look at the most "obvious" meaning of make: to create or produce.
This furniture is made of quality products; it was made in Spain.
Hollywood is going to make a movie about his life.
But make is also used in many different ways and in dozens of phrases: make a decision (US), make an effort, make progress, make a mistake, etc. Over the next few days we will review some of the different uses of this very-useful verb.
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Have a good day.