One should make the most of an opportunity.
To make the most of her life that she a trance.
Make the most of time the class and reviewing the lesson the teacher speak after class.
We must make the most of the fine weather.
They did find freedom and an opportunity to make the most of their talents.
The busy make the most of time; the diligent enjoy the best of health.
We've only got one day in London, so let's make the most of it and see everything.
Happiness, according to Prof. Smith, is the to make the most of what you have.
I just want you to make the most of it.
I will absolutely make the most of every minute of each day!
I need to make the most of every minute I have to study.
They taught us how to burn a piece of coal to make the most of it.
We have only a few hours so we must make the most of our time.
Opportunity knocks but once, so we must make the most of it.
She really tries to make the most of herself, eg by dressing well.
You must make the most of your opportunities.
They are structures that make the most of the ordinary talents of ordinary people.
I want to make the most of the nice weather, so I've decided to go camping.
Does not mean to change another, it means to make the most of yourself.
We must learn to make the most of the bad job.
Once firmly established, the system will fight to stay alive , so make the most of it.
Most schools have active associations to help you make the most of the contacts you establish.
We must try a good start and make the most of what we have.
Americans try to make the most of their space, too.
To make the most of these slim advantages, however, Mr Yar'Adua needs to act quickly.
There are plenty of Passenger services available. Make the most of it!
Tom comes from London, he knows how to make the most of your visit there.