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What he said and what he did made him so...

What he said and what he did made him some________ (敵人).

 

enemies 【解析】 句意:他的言行給他樹了一些敵人。 這里是make+賓語+名詞作賓語補足語;some+名詞復數;enemy名詞,敵人,這里用復數形式。enemy的復數是enemies。根據漢語提示,故答案為enemies。 ?
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