Make is a transitive verb. It can take one or two objects.
- Can you make coffee?
- She made me a nice dress.
It is also possible to use an adjective as object complement.
- She made his life miserable.
- Do I make you happy?
Make can also be followed by object + infinitive. In active structures, we normally use an infinitive without to.
- They made me wait.
- He made her cry.
- I was made to wait.
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