If I had the time, I ‘d make something better.如果有时间的话,我会做些更好吃的东西。
In the old China, we can’t even make a nail, let alone machines.在旧中国,我们连一个钉子都造不了,更不用说制造机器了。
Her jokes made us all laugh.她说的笑话把我们都逗乐了。
If you take my advice, you will make a lot of money.如果你采纳我的建议,你将赚很多钱。
He’s got a strong will and he’ll make it.他意志很坚强,他会成功的。
She would have made an excellent teacher.她本可以成为杰出的教师。
Finally,I’ve got to find out what make of man he was.最后,我终于知道了他是怎么样的一个人。
I don’t like the make of her coat.我不喜欢她衣服的样式。
She bought a dinner set of Chinese make.他买了一套中国牌子的西装。
The annual make of the automobile factory is 200 thousand.那个汽车厂的年产量为20万辆。
The thief made towards the open window.
The ship was making towards the pier.
The road makes through the wood.
Everything makes it in favour of us.
Boots are being made in this tannery.
It is easily made.
She made to cry.
He made to go.
He made to stand up, but sat down again.
He made as if to strike me.
We must make certain that the sentence is correct.
I made certain that I would get the job, but it was given to someone else.
Make certain that this is the right road.
Make certain that both doors are locked when you go out.
No one should make free to open a letter addressed to another.
You can make free with my camera any time.
The girls don’t like Smith because he makes free with them.
He has talent and he’ll make good.
John’s made good, he’s got a high position in the company now.
I think the meeting will begin at eight, but you’d better go and make sure.
Have you made sure whether he will come?
Before he left the room, he made sure that all the lights were turned off.
I made sure he would help me, but I am disappointed.
To make sure that the letter was delivered to the addresses,I registered it.
He made as if he had not seen me.
He made as if he hadn’t heard.
Now they can make all kinds of precision machine tools.
We make many beautiful things of glass.
This factory makes paper.
I’m just going to make lunch.
Birds make their nests in spring.
The sick boy swallowed the medicine and made a face.
The girl made a face at the taste of the medicine.
The twins made faces at each other.
Mary’s new dress made a hit at the party.
This song has made quite a hit with young people.
The girl felt very happy that her boyfriend made quite a hit with her parents.
What he saw in Egypt made a strong impression on him.
The sentence makes no sense at all.
The arrival of the symphony orchestra made the headlines.
He will never make so great a scholar as his father.
The hall would make a good theatre.
He made 600 pounds last year.
It may not be the most elegant job, but you’ll make money at it.
He is making money fast with his new invention.
Most businesses are run in order to make money.
The businessman tried to make money, but eventually went bankrupt.
His one ambition in life was to make money.
She hoped that they would make friends.
The man is so genial; he makes friends wherever he goes.
You’ll find that we all want to make friends with you.
Make haste, or we shall miss the train.
It’s getting late, so let’s make haste.
Mary saw that she had hurt Jane’s feelings, and made haste to say she was sorry.
Can we make the train?
She’ll never make the summit.
After work they made a hearty meal in the worker’s canteen.
They made a hasty breakfast and hurried to the worksite.
This is the first point I want to make.
We won’t be able to get the work done on schedule if we don’t make a move right away .
She made no answer.
Well, she has made a good choice.
The astronomer made many contributions in the field of solar research.
I think that I made a wrong decision.
He asked us to be quiet and then made a startling announcement.
They made a deep study of the works.
Let’s make a general survey of the current situation.
They made great efforts to improve their work.
Once a decision is made, we must carry it out.
I have no desire for money that has been made by dishonest means.
用作双宾动词S+～+ pron./n. + n./pron.
Mother made Mary a new dress.
I made him a shirt.
I wish to make him a present.
Can you make me a birthday cake by Friday?
He will make you a good interpreter.
I made myself a cup of coffee.
This length of cloth will make me a suit.
S+～+ n./pron. +for pron./n.
He’ll make a kite for me.
I make tea for all of us.
I made a coat for him.
Mother made a beautiful skirt for my little sister.
In drawing up a budget, we should make allowances for unforeseen contingencies.
Can you make room for another guest at the dinner table?
用作宾补动词S+～+ n./pron. +(to be) n./adj./v- ed/ prep. -phrase
Portugal made the islands its colony at the end of the 15th century.15
They made him chairman of the trade union .
She set up a company and made him managing director.
He made her his wife.
His scientific pursuits had made him a very observant man.
That makes me mad!
She made him happy.
Praise makes good men better and bad men worse.
Don’t make yourself ridiculous!
Have you made everything clear enough?
He made his meaning clear.
Exchange of unequal values makes the poor countries poorer.
We mustn’t allow these successes to make us dizzy.
Washing machines make house-work easier.
Can you make yourself understood in English?
I couldn’t make myself heard on account of the noise.
Hunger began to make itself felt.
The want made itself felt.
He could not make his voice heard.
The scents made her drunk.
What made them so frightened?
All this made him interested in the history of philosophy.
He looked at the moon and made the time to be midnight.
What do you make the time?
I make the distance across the river 150 metres.
He made the height 20 feet.
He made good his words and returned the book on time.
Joe made good his boast to swim across the lake.
The boys made good the damage they had done.
You must make good the time that you have wasted this afternoon.
They made good the time lost through the rain.
The pitch-dark night made good his escape from the cell.
This speed makes the machine of high economic value.
Winter wheat has made it at home on the Tibetan highlands.
Newton was made President of the Royal Society.
The hall was made clean and tidy.
Barren hills have been made green.
S+～+ n./pron. +to-/ v
They tried to make every cent do the work of two.
We must make him work harder.
The boss made Tom work long hours.
His appearance made me laugh.
His cheerful joke made us forget our weariness.
What makes the grass grow?
But this did not make them waver or retreat.
I can’t make the TV work.
The sight of the dead man made his hair stand on end.
The children must be made to clean their own room.
He was made to wait for over an hour.
We were made to work all night.
Is this your own make, made by you?
This is of Chinese make.
This is of home make.
This machine is of Japanese make, but machines like this are mostly made in China now.
The make of this coat is not to my mind.
What make would you recommend?
This new factory has turned out boilers of various makes.
She can spot the make of the typewriter a secretary is using.
John is a man of this make.
He has the make of an athlete.
make还可接由名词、形容词、动词不定式、过去分词或介词短语充当补足语的复合宾语。当名词作宾语补足语时,通常含有“把某种优良品质或地位等赋予对方或自身”的意思,宾语补足语一般含褒义; 当形容词作宾语补足语时,形容词有时可以提至宾语之前; 当动词不定式作宾语补足语时,一般不带to,但在被动结构中to不可省去,在某些谚语中make后的动词不定式是可以带to的; 某些表示“感觉,认识”的动词如understand, know, feel等作宾语补足语时常用过去分词,宾语用反身代词; make后接的复合宾语中,常以it来代替较长的动词不定式短语或从句,即采用形式宾语结构,此时的意思是“使…成为…”“使得”“估计,认为,算出”等。
make偶尔可以用作系动词,意思是“达到某种状态”,表语多为certain, free, light, sure, little, much等形容词或as if从句。
I made her cry.
She is made to repeat the whole story.
He made our shoes to last.
Money makes the mare to go.
I tried hard to make myself heard.
She made him a birthday cake。
You have made me a very happy man.
Paper is made from wood.