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@ahmed_btm posted:

'Make me feel' is the only correct one. 'Make' in the active voice is followed by an infinitive or an adjective.

"Make" in the active voice is followed by an infinitive or an adjective, but not immediately. The object must appear first: "make" + NP + adj/infinitive.

@Cristi posted:

Do I say, it makes me feeling happy or it makes me feel happy when I see my old friend?

As Ahmed_btm said, "makes me feeling happy" is incorrect. Instead of the "when"-clause in the other version, I recommend the following:

  • It makes me feel happy to see my old friend.
  • Seeing my old friend makes me feel happy.

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