Learn phrasal verbs with MAKE in spoken English with Examples.

Updated: May 24



"How could you make up with him? After losing so many things, how can you make it after your dreams?". "They are made for each other."


Could you find out the difference between made up and make after in three different situations?

If not, then let's learn something interesting in English phrasal verbs with "MAKE."


There is a plethora of meanings with different circumstances using make. And you are going to learn all of them at once so that you could accurately use them.


So let's jump in with make after, make away with, made for, make-up, make out, make-of, make-off with, make-off, make way, make away with, make room, make sense, make sure, make-into, make it up to, makeover, make-out of, make towards, etc.


It seems complicated and frustrating too. Yeah, I can concede. But, I will make sure you will make sense while getting it from the very beginning of the chapter.

So, stay tuned!



English Phrasal Verbs with Make-After, Make-Away With, and Make For with Examples.



Learn Phrasal Verbs with Make - PhrasalEnglish101.com. Make After, Make For, Make Away
Learn Phrasal Verbs with Make - PhrasalEnglish101.com. Make After, Make For, Make Away

  • The Phrasal Verb "make-after"


Meaning: Chase or To run after someone.


Expressions:

  1. He made after them.

  2. A procrastinator, always makes after shortcuts.

  3. Why should I make-after the rank that I don't want to?


  • The Phrasal Verb "make-away with"

Meaning: Steal.


Expressions:

  1. Before the 1950s, unfortunately, people who didn't have money usually made away with foods and vegetables from the lorries.

  2. He abruptly made away with pastries from the food counter.


  • The Phrasal Verb "make for"

Meaning:

  • To Cause, To Contribute, Produce an Outcome or Situation, and Lead to.

  • Move towards something or place.

Expressions:

  1. Stewart made for home at 5:00 p.m.

  2. It might be possible that the new equipment makes for a claim much more effortless and accurate outcome in just three days.



English Phrasal Verbs with Make off, Make of, Make off with, and Make into with Examples.



Learn Phrasal Verbs with Make - PhrasalEnglish101.com. Make Into, Make of, Make off, Make off with
Learn Phrasal Verbs with Make - PhrasalEnglish101.com. Make Into, Make of, Make off, Make off with

  • The Phrasal Verb "make into"

Meaning: to transform, to change something or one thing into another (shape or form).


Expressions:

  1. Don't utter a word. It will make you into a bad person.

  2. Perfect training will make you into a successful Entrepreneur.


  • The Phrasal Verb "make-of"

Meaning:

  • To give an opinion about (someone or something)

  • Understand the person or the situation.


Expressions:

  1. He should be made of something about new ideas with his new boss.

  2. How would you make off with that arrogant person?