Tweeted twitter.com/#!/StackEnglishLL/status/591212812279623680
4 edited title
| link

Grammar stucture make so. sthsomeone something

3 Removed some irrelevant content, formatting, new title, rather heavy (aehm...) editing for readability.
source | link

Questions about Grammar of Englishstucture make so. sth

As you know, there are some structures which let us makeform sentences by using make"make". like make + noun = adjectiveLike

 make + noun = adjective 

which I used to make the first sentence of mine but.

My question is that if: Is there isalso a structure to make a sentence by using thisthe pattern make+noun=noun

make + noun = noun 

which isI used to makebuild the second sentence  ?

She made me happy.
She made me her colleague or partner.

Are these sentences correct?

Questions about Grammar of English

As you know, there are some structures which let us make sentences by using make. like make + noun = adjective which I used to make the first sentence of mine but My question is that if there is a structure to make a sentence by using this pattern make+noun=noun which is used to make the second sentence  

She made me happy.
She made me her colleague or partner.

Are these sentences correct?

Grammar stucture make so. sth

As you know, there are some structures which let us form sentences by using "make". Like

 make + noun = adjective 

which I used to make the first sentence of mine.

My question is: Is there also a structure to make a sentence by using the pattern

make + noun = noun 

which I used to build the second sentence?

She made me happy.
She made me her colleague or partner.

Are these sentences correct?

2 Removed some irrelevant content
source | link

As you know, there are some structures which let us make sentences by using make. like make + noun = adjective which I used to make the first sentence of mine but My question is that if there is a structure to make a sentence by using this pattern make+noun=noun which is used to make the second sentence

She made me happy.
She made me her colleague or partner.

is myAre these sentences correct?

As you saw today , they don't want to sell their home on that price anymore.we should offer them more money to get them to accept to sell it.

I asked my last question about make 2 weeks ago or so, but I really didn't get the answer of it.I mean it seemed people didn't understand what my question was.my question is that what you should say make tea or brew tea which verb is used by Americans.Imagine somebody wants to drink a cup of tea and you want to drink too,how do you say it . let's make some tea or let's brew some tea

Thank you in advance

As you know, there are some structures which let us make sentences by using make. like make + noun = adjective which I used to make the first sentence of mine but My question is that if there is a structure to make a sentence by using this pattern make+noun=noun which is used to make the second sentence

She made me happy.
She made me her colleague or partner.

is my sentences correct?

As you saw today , they don't want to sell their home on that price anymore.we should offer them more money to get them to accept to sell it.

I asked my last question about make 2 weeks ago or so, but I really didn't get the answer of it.I mean it seemed people didn't understand what my question was.my question is that what you should say make tea or brew tea which verb is used by Americans.Imagine somebody wants to drink a cup of tea and you want to drink too,how do you say it . let's make some tea or let's brew some tea

Thank you in advance

As you know, there are some structures which let us make sentences by using make. like make + noun = adjective which I used to make the first sentence of mine but My question is that if there is a structure to make a sentence by using this pattern make+noun=noun which is used to make the second sentence

She made me happy.
She made me her colleague or partner.

Are these sentences correct?

1
source | link