雅思词组1:make a wish许愿
You can make a wish while directly throwing a coin into the well.
雅思词组2:make allowances for体谅，谅解;考虑到，估计到
I'm afraid the lectures will make little or no allowance for the presence of non-native speakers in the audience.
雅思词组3:make an application进行申请
If you do decide to make an application to this position, what you should do is to send your resume directly to me in my department.
雅思词组4:make an appointment预约
May I ask a favour of you to make an appointment with your manager?
雅思词组5:make an effort/efforts to努力,致力于
We were quite shocked to discover that only 9% of people in this country make an effort to recycle their household waste.
These schools have made great efforts to improve the practical ability of their students in oral English.
endeavour to, strive to
雅思词组6:make an exception (of)允许例外，让…成为例外
Most of the people think that the railway shouldn't have made an exception of foreigners and only a few people think that it is understandable.
Thomas's silence makes clear that he isn't interested in this kind of consulting sessions.
You're supposed to ask for a home visit before 10:30 in the morning, but obviously,if it's an emergency, you can phone at any time, night or day. It might not be your doctor that comes, though. It's quite often one of the other doctors in the practice. It doesn't really seem to make much difference.
雅思词组9:make friends with和…交朋友
He is that sort of person I really don't want to make friends with.
雅思词组10:make great progress取得巨大进步
It's unbelievable that Linda has made great progress in such a short time!