Preposition Lesson: Made Of vs. Made From, Made With, Made By, Made InJan 14, 2022
The desk is made of wood. The ice cream is made from milk and sugar, the ketchup is made with tomatoes. Made of? Made from? Made with? What about made in or made by? Prepositions can be tricky for a lot of English learners. In this lesson you’re going to learn all of the prepositions that we use with made. Knowing this is going to make your English sound more natural
Here are some of the example sentences. To get the rest and the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or get the transcript for the details.
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- This desk is made of
- Many items these days are made of
- That looks like glass, but it is actually made of
- This is all natural ice cream. It’s made from milk, cream, sugar, and vanilla.
- These candles are made from 100 % natural soy wax and fragrance oil.
- This barbecue sauce is made from tomatoes, spices, and other natural ingredients.
- This all-natural ice cream is made with milk, cream, sugar, and vanilla.
- This ketchup is made with tomatoes and several secret ingredients.
- Those cookies are made with whole-wheat flour and brown sugar.
- That TV was made in the USA.
- These days, Volkswagens that are sold in America, are made in
- I bought some pretzels that were made in
- These apple pies are made by
- These candles were made by hand in New Mexico.
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