Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Make"

Make it real.
Make your choice.
You make me happy.
What did Jean make?
How did you make it?
We all make mistakes.
How do you make a box?
Make yourself at home.
Do I make myself clear?
I know you can make it.
Let's make a phone call.
Don't make fun of people.
I want to make her happy.
Can you make the deadline?
You will make a good wife.
Anybody can make a mistake.
Could I make a reservation?
Did you make it by yourself?
Make yourselves comfortable.
Do you have to make a speech?
I said I would make her happy.
Two wrongs don't make a right.
We must make up for lost time.
He seems to make nothing of it.
I can't make out what she said.
Sulfur is used to make matches.
She told us not to make a noise.
This message doesn't make sense.
This sentence doesn't make sense.
I think we'll make it if we hurry.
I am afraid he will make a mistake.
I wanted to make some telephone calls.
You should make good use of your time.
I'm afraid that I might make you angry.
I didn't think you were going to make it.
I couldn't make him understand my English.
A good businessman knows how to make money.
She said nothing that would make him angry.
I couldn't make myself heard above the noise.
I'm going to make a cake for Mary's birthday.
He tried to make his wife happy, but couldn't.
I asked her to make four copies of the letter.
I checked to make sure that he was still alive.
I make it a rule to get up early in the morning.
Tom checked to make sure the gas was turned off.
I don't know what to say to make you feel better.
You have to work harder to make up for lost time.
I think it's time for me to make some new friends.
If you can't make it, call us as soon as possible.
You should make sure that you don't make Tom angry.
I completely forgot to make something for us to eat.
I'm going to make some coffee. Would you like some, too?
It was so noisy there that I couldn't make myself heard.
I want to spend more time doing things that make me happy.
If you want to make your dreams come true, keep on trying.
I make it a rule not to watch television after nine o'clock.
Before you go to visit him, you should make sure he's at home.
I spoke to him in English, but I couldn't make myself understood.
I think that maybe I won't be able to make understood in English.
What he told us the other day simply doesn't make sense, does it?
She made it clear that she couldn't make it in time for the meeting.
I tried hard to make them stay home, but they refused to listen to me.
How much time and energy do you spend on projects that don't make you any money?
Make your airplane reservations early since flights fill up quickly around Christmas.
We’re going to make sure that no one is taking advantage of the American people for their own short-term gain.


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