Asked by: Fabiane Pelznerasked in category: General Last Updated: 18th March, 2020
What is the difference between make and makes?
Keeping this in view, which make or which makes?
2 Answers. The question is really whether the subject of the verb to make is singular or plural. If buildings enliven memories is interpreted as a process, it would take the singular makes. If buildings enliven memories is interpreted as a series of events, it would take the plural make.
Subsequently, question is, when to use the word make or makes? The correct answer is "People with closed minds make" because the subject verb agreement is a plural + plural structure. Does that help? "Make" = used for plural nouns; i.e., "People make ~."
Also, what is difference between make and made?
Make and Made are two verbs that refer to the same thing. That is to say that both 'make' and 'made' originate from the same verb form 'to make'. The main difference between make and made is that 'Make' is the present tense of the verb while 'Made' is the past tense of the verb.
Did I just make or made?
2 Answers. It is normal to use "I made" over "I did make". If you say "I did make something", it is inferred that there is an implied emphasis on the word "did" (i.e. "I did make something"); it comes across as if you are trying to convince someone of your action rather than just stating your action.