I made a mistake.
I made him do so.
He made a mistake.
He made me a suit.
I made Ann a doll.
She made him rich.
She made me hurry.
I made my decision.
She made him do it.
She made him happy.
She made me a cake.
She made me a star.
He is a self-made man.
He made me a new suit.
I made a doll for Ann.
The news made her sad.
They made fun of Mary.
They made me go there.
This is how I made it.
What made her do that?
Kate made an apple pie.
She made a good speech.
The news made me happy.
Tom made me a birdcage.
Do you know who made it?
He made her a bookshelf.
I made friends with her.
She made a bet with him.
She made him a new coat.
She made him a new suit.
The news made him happy.
We made it out of there.
What made you come here?
Butter is made from milk.
I made him open the door.
That toy is made of wood.
The desk is made of wood.
The news made them happy.
They made us work all day.
Your letter made me happy.
He made me a box yesterday.
I made him sweep the floor.
I must have made a mistake.
The news made her very sad.
What he said made us angry.
He made up his mind quickly.
My mother made me a sweater.
My parents made me go there.
She made a new suit for him.
She made him clean his room.
The train made a brief stop.
She made him a simple dinner.
She made jam from the apples.
He made me go against my will.
I made up my mind to go there.
Do you think I'm made of money?
He made up his mind right away.
I don't know who made the cake.
Just seeing it made me nervous.
My father made me a nice lunch.
We made pancakes for breakfast.
What made you change your mind?
He made up his mind to go there.
Her mother made her a new dress.
I made this dog house by myself.
My mother made a sweater for me.
My mother made some new clothes.
He made up a story about the dog.
He made up his mind to marry her.
Her red dress made her stand out.
I made a bad mistake on the test.
I made some mistakes on the test.
Where did you have the suit made?
He made a sharp turn to the right.
He made up his mind to be a pilot.
I don't like being made a fool of.
I made up my mind to study harder.
She gave me a bag made of leather.
She made him a cake for his party.
She made me wait for half an hour.
Where did you have your suit made?
He made a journey around the world.
Paul made a lot of money last year.
She made friends with him in Boston.
I made a serious mistake on the test.
He has made rapid progress in English.
Mary is not used to being made fun of.
She made up her mind to go to college.
She made friends with Tom at the party.
I shouldn't have made you that sandwich.
He made a promise to take me to the movies.
She's made up her mind to quit the company.
Do you think he made that mistake on purpose?
My sister has made up her mind to be a teacher.
She made it plain that she wanted to marry him.
I've made the same mistakes as I made last time.
She stared at him and that made him very nervous.
Do you think that handguns should be made illegal?
She made up her mind to graduate from high school.
She married him only because her parents made her.
I've made a lot of friends since I entered college.
She made it plain that she wanted to go to college.
He made up his mind to write in his diary every day.
He finally realized that Mary had made a fool of him.
He made a resolution to write in his diary every day.
He made up his mind to jog in spite of his blindness.
Tom bought a really expensive, well-made pair of shoes.
It made her jealous to see him walking with another girl.
I couldn't understand the announcement that was just made.
After the rain had let up a bit, we made a dash for the car.
She made it clear that she couldn't make it in time for the meeting.