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Let's face it, it's impossible. We're never gonna make it.
If we can just make it through one more month, we'll be sitting pretty.
Make your bed.
This tape recorder will make it easier for us to learn English.
Their influence becomes greater every day, but they are uncreative and can't make value judgements.
If you cannot make full remittance, please get in touch with me by October 28, 1998.
Though I mainly work as a studio musician, I do a little busking to make some extra money.
Make a good translation of the sentence that you are translating. Don't let translations into other languages influence you.
Homeroom teachers should make every effort to keep in touch with their students.
They said they'd make the boarding announcement 20 minutes before takeoff.
You can see how much difference a few degrees can make.
The company didn't make any effort to improve its business practices.
It doesn't make much sense to me that it works well on my computer, but not on yours.
It will make little difference whether you go there by taxi or on foot.
In order to make a phone call, I put my hand in my pocket and searched for a coin.