I made my decision.
Three students made short speeches and introduced themselves and their countries.
It made Grandfather's day when his granddaughter gave him a picture she had drawn of him.
The teacher made the students learn the long English poem by heart.
The doctors say it was a miracle that Tom made it through the night.
Tom made himself a peanut butter sandwich for lunch.
After the rain had let up a bit, we made a dash for the car.
Japanese industry has made great advances since the war.
All her carefully made plans began to unravel one by one.
Her bewitching body made her very popular with men.
Until quite recently, most of the things we needed were made by hand.
Modern technology has made our lives more comfortable.
A foolish impulse made me say what I should have left unsaid.
I made a thermos full of coffee so you can take it along with your lunch.
An expert is someone who knows some of the worst mistakes that can be made in his field, and how to avoid them.
Inglés palabramake"(made) ocurre en conjuntos:A1+ irregular verbs 2
2. a mistake
make a mistake
1. I never said it was your mistake. / 2. What happened yesterday was a mistake.
Inglés palabramake"(a mistake) ocurre en conjuntos:6 make and do