169 – Using MAKE with Various Prepositions – Grammar Lesson

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These cookies are made with butter, sugar, and flour.

These cookies are made with butter, sugar, and flour.

Make is an interesting verb which collocates with a variety of prepositions – in, of, with, from, and by. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how to use make with several prepositions in English conversation and writing.

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