• make a promise
  • make a suggestion
  • make a mistake / an error
  • make amends
  • make love
  • make friends / enemies
  • make peace / war
  • make an effort
  • make an excuse
Word Collocation with Food
  • make breakfast / lunch / dinner
  • make some coffee / tea / pasta
  • make a sandwich
  • make a bite to eat
Make – Word Collocation in the Home
  • make the bed
  • make a mess
  • make a noise
  • make a visit
Make – Word Collocation with Money
  • make money
  • make a profit
  • make a fortune
  • make a payment
  • make a loss
Make – Word Collocation in Business
  • make an enquiry
  • make a phone call
  • make an offer
  • make a complaint
  • make arrangements
  • make a plan
  • make a decision / choice
  • make a point
  • make a demand
  • make a change
  • make a move
  • make a speech
  • make a suggestion / a remark / a comment
  • make time
  • make someone do something

make someone do somethingTo make someone do something

When you make someone do something, you force or push someone to do something.  Example sentences:  1.  My parents made me do my homework before they let me out.  2. Too much stress can make people do strange things. 3. If the police think that you are drunk, they will make you get out of the car and walk in a straight line.  4.  The bank robbers made everyone lie down.  Watch this video and try and use the expression, ‘he made me do it’ in a sentence of your own.


Can you think of any other expressions that could be added to this list?  We’d love to hear them!  Please just add them in the comments below.

More exercises with MAKE & DO

Make or Do Multiple-Choice Exercise

Take, Make or Do Multiple-Choice Exercise


Difference between DO & MAKE

  Using Take As A Phrasal VerbGo / Do / Play (for Sports)   


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