"My son just left for college to try and make ..... of himself....."

"My son just left for college to try and make ..... of himself. He figures school is his ticket to a good-paying job and I think he is right for the most part," Jackson told his good friend. (*) something (*) nothing (*) poor (*) rich

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I answered “something” because it was the unique that makes sense. Correct? Thanks.


Yes, it’s correct and you can see the correct answers when you click on the ‘check’ button. To make something of yourself means to make a career or to become wealthy and influential.

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