make as a phrasal verb
Прежде чем приступить к выполнению упражнения, запомните, что обозначает фразовый глагол make:
make for — направляться
make off (with sth) — убежать, удрать, скрыться
make sth out/ out sth — 1) составлять (список, документ); выписать (чек, счёт); 2) разобраться, рассмотреть, различить, прочитать, понять (с трудом)
make of sth — понимать, иметь представление, мнение
make up sth — 1) мириться 2) гримировать(ся), накладывать косметику 3) сочинять, придумывать 4) составлять, формировать
Ex.1 Match the phrasal verbs on the left to the correct definitions on the right.
|1. make for
2. make off
3. make out
4. make of
5. make up
|A. to hurry away, especially in order to escape
B. move into the direction of
C. understand, interpret
D. 1) stop being angry with someone 2) put on cosmetics 3) invent a story 4) form, constitute
E. write out; manage to see, read; understand
Ex. 2 Fill in the gaps with the correct particles.
1. They are always arguing, but they make *** again very quickly.
2. They made *** with our television and our stereo.
3. I can just make a few words *** on this page.
4. North Africans make *** the largest and poorest immigrant group in the country…
5. I couldn’t make *** what he was saying.
6. He rose from his seat and made *** the door.
7. Can you make *** a face here on the photograph?
8. I can’t make her ***.
9. He made *** some excuse about the dog eating his homework.
10. She went to the bathroom to make her face ***.
11. He made *** that he’d won the lottery.
12. They kissed and made ***, as usual.
13. We often quarrel but we always make it *** soon after.
14. She takes ages to make *** in the mornings.
15. Masked robbers broke in and made *** with $8,000.
16. The book gives advice on making *** a will.
17. For the film, they made him *** as an Indian.
18. North Africans make *** the largest and poorest immigrant group in the country…
19. Insects are made *** of tens of thousands of proteins.
20. At first I thought it was an accident, but as far as I can make ***, the police consider that’s unlikely.
21. I think it’s very unkind of you to make *** stories about him…
22. I’m not making it ***. The character exists in real life.
23. I couldn’t make *** what I had done to annoy her.
24. She spent too much time making herself ***…
25. She chose Maggie to make her *** for her engagement photographs…
26. I can’t be bothered to make *** my face.
27. She came back and they made ***…
28. Make the cheque *** to ‘Grays Ltd’.
29. They never made *** the quarrel…
30. They should make *** with their ex-enemy in the West…
31. If you would like to send a donation, you can make a cheque *** to Feed the Children…
32. As far as I can make ***, he has never been married.
33. Women make *** only a small proportion of the prison population.
34. I think they’re making the whole thing ***.
35. The committee is made *** of representatives from every state.
36. She thought she heard a name. She couldn’t make it ***, though…
37. When you’re the boss you can make *** your own rules.
38. I’ve given talks so many times that now I just make them *** as I go along (=think of things to say as I am speaking).
39. They made him *** as an old man for the last act of the play.
40. One lucky winner will have the chance to be made *** and photographed.
Ex. 3 Fill in the gaps with the correct particles.
1. Have you made *** with Patty yet?
2. Oh come on! Why don’t you just kiss and make ***?
3. I couldn’t make it *** at all…
4. He could just make *** a dark shape moving towards him.
5. I couldn’t make *** what he was saying.
6. Thieves broke into the school and made *** with computer equipment worth ?40,000.
7. The burglars made *** before the police arrived.
8. They broke free and made *** in a stolen car.
9. They made *** an excuse for being late.
10. The men made *** as the police arrived.
11. The getaway car made *** towards Horrocks Avenue.
12. I think it’s time we made *** home.
13. I think it’s time we made *** home.
14. The numbers are too small – I can’t make them *** at all.
15. I can’t make *** your writing.
16. She’s a strange person – I can’t make her *** at all.
17. Nobody can make *** why you should have been attacked.
18. The child wanted him to make a story *** about dragons and knights on horseback.
19. They kissed and made ***, as usual, and so everyone relaxed.
20. It is hard to make *** what criteria are used…
21. We often quarrel but we always make it *** (with each other) soon after.
22. Nancy wasn’t sure what to make *** Mick’s apology.
23. They made my face *** to look like a clown.
24. She made *** a check and handed it to me.
25. She takes forever to make *** in the morning.
26. I’ll get the pharmacist to make this prescription *** for you.
27. I heard the voices, but couldn’t make *** what they were saying.
28. Could you make *** a list of all the things we need?
29. I’m going to make *** a receipt for you.
30. Why don’t you two forget your differences and make ***?
31. Insects are made *** of tens of thousands of proteins.
32. Women make *** only a small proportion of the prison population.
33. The committee is made *** of representatives from every state.
34. I could just make *** a tall, pale, shadowy figure tramping through the undergrowth…
35. It is hard to make *** what criteria are used…
36. At first I thought it was an accident, but as far as I can make ***, the police consider that’s unlikely.
37. Stuart’s a strange guy – I can’t make him *** at all.
38. She was making *** a list of people to invite.
39. Nick made *** a song about them.
40. This exercise was made *** by the teacher.