4 Ways To Use Make In The Causative – English Grammar Lesson

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MAKE is an interesting verb, don’t you think? MAKE is used in a lot of idioms and phrasal verbs, but for today’s YouTube English lesson, I want to show you 4 different grammar patterns you can use with MAKE. The meaning of MAKE changes depending on the grammar you use after MAKE. Let’s check it out in this YouTube English lesson.
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