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make in English:

1. made made made made

English word "make"(made made) occurs in sets:

czasowniki nieregularne
irregular verbs
czasowniki A2
czasowniki nieregularne

2. a mistake a mistake

make a mistake
1. I never said it was your mistake. / 2. What happened yesterday was a mistake.

English word "make"(a mistake) occurs in sets:

6 make and do

3. made made

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.

English word "make"(made) occurs in sets:

More 1 klasa 4 past simple 03 czasowniki nieregularne
A1+ irregular verbs 2

4. money

Money is everything.
When I was in high school, I used to earn extra money babysitting.
Money makes the world go round.
Thus money in circulation drops, and price escalation quietens down.
I wish I could figure out how to get my car painted without paying a lot of money.
She asked him to give her some money so she could go to a restaurant with her friends.
I was attracted to the idea of helping others and getting money.
He sent his old clothes home for his brothers, and sent his family money, too.
I must calculate how much money I'll spend next week.
Tom gave Mary some money to help her buy her mother a Christmas present.
Don't stay in bed, unless you can make money in bed.
Tom absconded with all the money donated for earthquake relief.
What does seem clear is that we need to spend more money on this project.
The tooth fairy teaches children that they can sell body parts for money.
Throughout Europe, people withdrew their money from banks.

5. bar

bar of soap
On Friday evenings, a group of us with spouses working overseas meet at Chuck's Bar and Grill.
If you can't visit a country where they speak the language you are learning, find a local bar where native speakers of that language hang out and start hanging out there.
My band will perform this week at Chuck's Bar and Grill. Please come and see us.
1... an iron bar.2. This was no bar to anyone who wanted to emigrate. 3. There should be a bar on people coming across...4. I tried to enter but one of his bodyguards barred the way
Columbus, Ericson, and Magellan once walked into a bar. Only Columbus walked out.
It's five and you're still not in bed! You just came back from the bar, didn't you?
Mr. Cauley's extremely dishonorable business conduct earned him high-fives and back-pats around the office and the bar.
Having found a suitable human host, an ambitious Cuba Libre sang a beautiful ballad at the karaoke bar.
A musical designation consisting of all notes and or rests delineated by two vertical bars; an equal and regular division of the whole of a composition.
When the bar is dropped or the goal becomes more distant, standards move further away from what we call a constitutional state.
Denmark risked being barred by European governing body Uefa if they failed to fulfil fixtures.
Jane can't go there. She is barred from this club
kontuar- blat w barze, kuchni
While clearly outside of his element at, say, a Western-style karaoke bar, he could easily whip out a Brazilian folk song in seven-eight meter on his berimbau.

English word "make"(bar) occurs in sets:

verb infinitive gerund
Gerunds and infinitives

6. an appointment

Hello, I'd like to make an appointment with a dermatologist.
I've made an appointment with Dr Brown.
to make an appointment
I have an appointment at a doctor's
An official relationship of an officer arises by way of an appointment, referred to in art. 6 section 1 or 4, by way of entrusting [...]
I’ve got an appointment

7. an excuse

That was just an excuse to meet you. / 2. I know that's not an excuse. / 3. I had to find some excuse to talk to you.
My dad didn't compete because he had a headache, but I think that was just an excuse.

8. a noise

9. a profit

10. an effort

11. progress

to make progress
He who wants to travel the path of wisdom must not fear failure, for no matter how much progress he makes, his goal remains unattainably far off.
While the Democratic Party has won a great victory tonight, we do so with a measure of humility and determination to heal the divides that have held back our progress.
Our problems must be dealt with through partnership; progress must be shared.
And tonight, I think about all that she's seen throughout her century in America. The heartache and the hope, the struggle and the progress. The times we were told that we can't, and the people who pressed on with that American creed: Yes, we can.
I say quite deliberately that the Christian religion, as organized in its churches, has been and still is the principal enemy of moral progress in the world.
How wonderful that we have met with a paradox. Now we have some hope of making progress.
I also run my own website, to try and record my progress and to help other people a little bit.
You won't make any progress just studying on the weekends. It's meaningless unless you do it every day.
The future progressive tense is used when expressing events and action in progress at some future point, however the example sentence cannot be understood in that way.
Pleased with The Pilgrim's Progress, my first collection was of John Bunyan's works in separate little volumes.
Change is one thing, progress is another. "Change" is scientific, "progress" is ethical; change is indubitable, whereas progress is a matter of controversy.

12. a will

She hasn't made a will yet.
She hasn't made a will yet

English word "make"(a will) occurs in sets:

make do take