... FOR 1. направляться в, к to move or proceed towards, e.g. As soon as she heard the baby's cry she made for the pram. The boy was making for the nearest railway station. 2. содействовать, способствовать to contribute to, to conduce to. e.g. This work will make for good relations between the two countries. That action all makes for our good, so you should support them.

 ... OUT 1. разбирать, различать (зрительно или на слух) to manage to read, to see, or hear. e.g. His handwriting isn't easy to read, I can't make out some of the words. They could make out the hills afar off. 2. понимать, уяснять to understand, to interpret, e.g. I can't make out why he allows his children to do as they like. Can you make out the meaning of this sentence? It's most incompre­hensible. 3. составлять (документ), выписывать (рецепт, чек, счет и т.п.) to draw up, to write out any document (bill, order, etc.). e.g. The cashier made out the bill while I waited. I should like him to make out a list of the people invited to the party.

... UP 1. составлять, приготовлять (лекарство по рецепту, обед, блюдо и т.п.) to compound different ingredients (medicine, dinner, etc.). e.g. The druggist made up the prescription for me. She was at a loss as she did not know how to make up that dish. 2. выдумывать, сочинять, фабриковать to compose, to fabricate. e.g. Whenever he had free time he was making up rhymes about his friends. The author made up his book of imaginary children's stories. 3. составлять, представлять (являться частью) to compose the whole, form the parts of. e.g. Students made up the majority of the audience. 4. пополнять, восполнять, дополнять (число, количество) to complete, to fill up what is wanting, e.g. We need two more people to make up the party. We still need $5 to make up the required sum. She had been absent for a fortnight so she naturally had a lot of homework to make up. 5. помириться, уладить (спор) to become friendly after a quarrel, to settle a dispute., e.g. They soon made up their quarrel. 6. гримироваться, применять косметику to put powder and paint on the face, to apply cosmetics, e.g. The actor made (himself) up for the part of an old man. The actress made up her face before going on the stage.

 ... UP TO smb. FOR smth. компенсировать, возмещать, искупать вину to compensate for. e.g. We must make up to her for what we've done. We'll make up for it. I'm sorry I'm late but I'll make it up to you.

... UP TO заискивать перед кем-л. to seek favour with smb. e.g. No one respects a man who always makes up to influential people.

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PART 1. Insert the necessary postpositives:

1. Ashenden would have liked to make the bad dinner by ordering a bottle of the best Rhine wine but did not venture to draw attention to himself by extravagance.
2. We've lost conviction. How and when self-consciousness was born I never can make .
3. It's an angel you are to forgive me. But I'll not rest till I've make it you. Let's make lost time.
4. The train was made and most of the carriages were filled to overflowing.
5. How could one explain that the private army of twenty five thousand men, armed with mortars made of the exhaustpipes of old cars turned neutral at the moment of danger?
6. She said she had a man waiting for her. I learnt afterwards that she had made him on the spur of the moment because she did not want to be bothered with me.
7. His lips moved. They made the name of the street, but we could get no number.
8. It took him some time to make what she was so angry about
9. He was now going to give him an extra heavy dose of attention to make his approaching departure.
10. Two men made the plank and tried to cross it
11. "Where will you make ?" "Back to my room."
12. You are making I'm in the wrong...
13. He must be made , his wig must be found.
14. Thus the Puritan was made of two different men: the one all humbleness, gratitude, feeling; the other proud, calm, unbending.
15. They made straight our bungalow.
16. I remember of all the many women who made the mosaic of my so pointless existence, the heavy placid shape of Julie.
17. But it is one thing to have conditions making success; it is quite another thing to use the favourable conditions to the full.
18. As an alternative you might make it Catherine.
19. You enjoyed using those tools and making that design, I can remember watching you.
20. Conduct of that kind does not make good relations be­tween employers and emploees.
21. Wouldn't listen to a word, though I would have offered to make the money out of my own pocket
22. I think while you're at it, you might as well make a complete list of substitute tubes.
23. "Your daughter made it", he said. "Got me a nice meal that day".

PART 2. Insert the necessary phrasal verbs in the form of the bare infinitive:

1. Мы задерживаемся с составлением списков.
2. Я не могу понять, как вы можете обходиться без словаря.
3. Он очень хорошо сочиняет стихи.. Я думаю попросить его написать что-нибудь для нашей стенгазеты.
4. Арабы составляют основную часть населения страны.
5. Передайте мне очки, я не могу разобрать мелкий шрифт.
б. Вам придется выписать копию счета, он потерял оригинал.
7. Сойдя с поезда, он сразу направился в почтовое отделение.
8. Сделайте еще несколько опытов. Это будет способствовать лучшим результатам.
9. Что-то не ладится в наших отношениях последнее время, мы то ссоримся, то миримся.
10. На вашем месте я бы не пользовалась косметикой. У вас чудесный цвет лица и краска его только портит.
11. Актер был загримирован изумительно; временами казалось, что на сцене сам Пушкин.
12. Казалось странным, что сильная, умная женщина заискивает перед этим глупым самодуром.
13. Джемме иногда казалось, что ей никогда не искупить вины перед Артуром.