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  1. Senior Member
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    #1

    makes me nervous (to do or doing)

    Hi.

    1- It makes me nervous talking to you.
    2- It makes me nervous to talk to you.

    The second one is OK, I think but I am not sure about the first one. Should I use an infinitive and also a gerund after the structure - (make someone adj.) ?

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    #2

    Re: makes me nervous (to do or doing)

    Well, you can make people feel a lot of things. As for your example, I would say:

    Talking to you makes me nervous.
    Not a professional teacher

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