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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #117032: Made from, Made of, Made out of, Made with
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    Made from, Made of, Made out of, Made with

    Made from, made of, made out of, made with


    Made from:

    Made from is often used when talking about how something is manufactured.

    -The earliest cutting tools were made from rocks.

    -Plastic is made from oil.

    Made of:

    Made of is used when talking about the basic material or qualities of something. It has a meaning similar to "composed of".

    -He gave her a beautiful ring made of gold.

    Made out of:

    Made out of is used when talking about something that has been changed or transformed from one thing into another.

    -Shutters made out of wood were very popular in the 1950s.

    -We always lived in houses with roofs made out of corrugated iron sheets.

    Made with:

    Made with is used most often to talk about the ingredients of food and drink.

    -This fried rice is made with chopped vegetables, prawns and chicken.


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    1. Fewer and fewer bottles are glass these days.

    2. The cabin my father bought is logs.

    3. Most people today buy shoes that are rubber soles.

    4. The lego set my brother plays with is plastic.

    5. The paper that we use to write on is wood.

    6. All the glassware at home is sand.

    7. All the furniture in their house is teak.

    8. The exhibits we've just seen were ice.

    9. We were taught at school that candles were wax.

    10. The exhibition had miniature cars chocolates.

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