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Number of Pages: 80
Dimensions: 8.5 inch x 11 inch
[Paper Size: Letter]
This Book Covers The Following Topics:
01. English Verb -- ‘Make’
02. Meanings of the Main Verb ‘Make’
03. Idioms With the Word ‘Make’
04. Phrasal Verbs With the Word ‘Make’
05. Proverbs/Sayings With the Word ‘Make’
06. Useful Expressions With the Word ‘Make’
07. English Word: ‘Make’ -- Useful Notes
08. Conjugation of the Verb ‘Make’
Make is an irregular verb. Its three forms are as follows:
First Form (Base Form) -- MAKE
Second Form (Past Form) -- MADE
Third Form (Past Participle) -- MADE
Present Perfect of ‘Come’ – Have/Has Made
Past Perfect of ‘Come’ -- Had Made
-ING Form of ‘Come’ -- Making
Infinitive of ‘Come’ -- To Make
MOST COMMON Meanings OF “MAKE” AS The MAIN VERB ARE AS FOLLOWS:
01. to create, prepare or produce sth by using different materials or parts
These companies are engaged in making machinery.
I made a toast on her birthday.
They prefer products that are made in the USA.
(make sth for sb)
She made dinner for him and his friend.
(make sb sth)
She makes him breakfast early in the morning.
(make sth (out) of sth)
What are his shoes made of?
i made a box out of an old picnic bench.
These cupboards are made of plywood without any sun-mica.
(make sth from sth)
He made a box from six wooden boards.
These pipes are made from steel rather than iron.
(make sth into sth)
Moringa dried leaves are made into tea.
02. make sb/sth/yourself + adj. to cause sb/sth to be or become sth
He committed a grave error which made us angry and we are unable to get over it.
He made his target too obvious.
He has reportedly made it clear that he wants to leave the club.
She made it clear that sports is not a matter of life or death.
He has made it known that he wants to stay in the foreign country forever
Everything need not be made public.
Should the tax returns of the President be made public?
The rehabilitation and resettlement scheme was made public.
Now for the first time, this data is being made public.
The final report is likely to be made public in Dec 2022.
He provided her the confidential and sensitive information that should not have been made public.
The details of the criminal case were made public.
She made his target public yesterday.
She made himself heard by raising his voice over the din.
He couldn't speak but he made himself understood!
03a. to force or cause sb/sth to do sth
(make sb do sth)
She made me sit in the white armchair
Their parents made them learn how to play the piano.
The national coach made them play like they never played before.
We made them try to do something that they weren't ready for.
They made them work hard throughout the day.
I was wondering what made him call me at midnight.
She made him know she didn't want to be parted.
Her love for fashion has made her take up a career in fashion designing.
He made her think she can't live without him.
His positive outlook towards life made him see the brighter side of every problem.
He told the news channel that constant harassment made her want to leave her career.
The clothes he wore made him look like a Spiderman