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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #199092
added by CK, September 14, 2010
Please give us a few typical answers to this question.
Here are some possible answers.
[#5858822] I make furniture. (CK) *audio*
[#9819049] We make tools. (CK)
[#9819045] We make bricks. (CK)
[#9819048] We make engine parts. (CK)
[#9819046] We make inexpensive toys. (CK)
[#9819047] We make the best guitars in the world. (CK)
[#2380463] I make thirteen dollars an hour. (CK) *audio*
[#8216407] I make three hundred dollars a day. (CK) *audio*
[#1299] I make €100 a day. (brauliobezerra)
And, maybe this one.
[#1887565] I make enough money for the both of us to live comfortably. (CK)
[#2912588] How much do you make? (CK) *audio*
(This one is asking about how much money you make.)
We make bricks.
The answers make me think that translations to other languages should preferably use more specialized verbs, such as "produce", "manufacture", and "earn", in order to be meaningful. That goes especially for those languages that have the same verb for "do" and "make".