-Make arrangements for
The school can make arrangements for pupils with special needs.
-Make a change / changes
The new manager is planning to make some changes.
-Make a choice
Jill had to make a choice between her career and her family.
-Make a comment / comments
Would anyone like to make any comments on the talk?
-Make a contribution to
She made a useful contribution to the discussion.
-Make a decision
I’m glad it’s you who has to make the decision, not me.
-Make an effort
Joe is really making an effort with his maths this term.
-Make an excuse
I’m too tired to go out tonight. Let’s make an excuse and stay at home.