The verb ‘make’ is used for creating and producing things and refers to the result. Below you can learn the most common collocations with ‘make’:


  • make breakfast/lunch/dinner
  • make a sandwich
  • make a salad
  • make a cup of tea
  • make a reservation



  • make friends
  • make a pass at (= flirt with someone)
  • make fun of someone (= tease / mock someone)
  • make up (= resolve a problem in a relationship)



  • make plans
  • make a decision/choice
  • make a mistake
  • make an attempt / effort (= try)
  • make up your mind (= decide)
  • make a discovery
  • make a list
  • make sure (= confirm)
  • make a difference
  • make an exception
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