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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #128474: Idioms with the verb make
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    1. This photo isn't very clear.I can't who that person standing by the door is.

    2. I sometimes arrive late to work, but I it by staying in the office for an extra hour or so in the evening.

    3. My parents are sociable and cheerful.They easily.

    4. He never changes his mind.You can flatter, threaten or shout at him.It doesn't .

    5. The car is in the garage.I'll just have to things and take the train.

    6. A compliment or a friendly smile can .

    7. The subtitles for the film are badly translated.They don't .

    8. It didn't take you long to what to do this evening.You must really want to see that film.

    9. He's going deaf.It's hard for him to what people are saying.

    10. They have a very stormy relationship.They break up, then and then break up again.

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