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    make up/make a story

    Hi everyone
    I am not sure about the choice of the most appropriate verb here
    "A four year old boy was so impressed with the pictures of dinosaurs that he wanted to write/make/make up/invent his own story."

    Can I use all of these verbs here?
    Thank you.

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    Re: make up/make a story

    Use 'write' or 'make up'.

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