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    Make a(n)....

    Do English speakers use these sentences? What do they mean?

    1. To make an emotion

    2. To make a voice

    Thanks for your replies in advance!

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    Re: Make a(n)....

    No, we don't use those phrases.


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    Re: Make a(n)....

    To make a voice might be used if someone were doing an impersonation (imitation) of someone. But the phrase "make an emotion" would never be used.

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