English Grammar Be Made
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Grammar Level 4- Lesson Twenty One

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Be Made in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

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(be) made

 

The verbs “be” + “make” can indicate where, how, when, and of what material something is created. It’s extremely useful when describing the production of things.

A: What is this vase made of?
B: It’s made of clay.

A: Where was it made?
B: It was made in Mexico.

 

A: What is this guitar made of?
B: It’s made of wood.

A: Where was it made?
B: It was made in Korea.

 

A: What are these wrenches made of?
B: They’re made of steel.

 

This comb is made of plastic.

It’s a plastic comb.

A: When was this lamp made?
B: It’s not old. It was made just a few years ago, but it looks like it was made a long time ago.

 

A: When were these spring rolls made?
B: They were made just an hour ago.

 

A: Where was this toy made?
B: It was made in China.

 

A: Where was this bike made?
B: The parts were made in China, but her father put it together.

 

A: How was this mask made?
B: It was made by hand. Someone carved it out of a piece of wood.

(be) made by hand =hand

 

A: How was this chair made?
B: It was made by hand. It wasn’t made in a factory.

 

Quiz for Be Made

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