Focus on the pronunciation of make
English definition of “make”
/meɪk/ v [T] (past tense and past participle made /meɪd/) (PERFORM)
› to perform an action: I’ve got to make a (phone) call to Ricardo. We must make a decision by tomorrow. Someone has made a mistake. Latisha is making progress in her reading. Can I make a suggestion? We might as well make use of the car, since we’ve got it for the whole weekend. make the bed › To make the bed is to put sheets and covers on a bed so that someone can sleep in it, or to straighten them after it has been slept in.