[Grammar] Made of or Made with

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Today, we will tell the differences between two phrases: made of and made with.

Source: Cambridge Dictionary
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1. Made of

We use made of when we talk about the basic material or qualities of something. It has a meaning similar to ‘composed of’:

i.e. The soles are made of leather.

i.e. The cabinet was made of oak and was hand-carved.

2. Made out of

We use made out of when we talk about something that has been changed or transformed from one thing into another:

i.e. They were living in tents made out of old plastic sheets.

i.e. Military figures made out of lead are prized by collectors

3. Made with

We use made with most often to talk about the ingredients of food and drink:

i.e. This dish is made with beef, red peppers, and herbs.

i.e. It is made with pumpkins.

Have you already known the difference between them? Then move on. We prepare a quiz for you👇– It is time to show yourself!


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