"What did you make?"
Constantly leaving the answer options out of the help suggestions is a severe pain and not really conducive to learning anything
The translation needs to be more precise. To Make something in English could mean to build, to cook, to prepare, to create, to... anything.
Maybe it should be said that "What did you make?" can mean "What did you cook?"
Wouldn't be a big deal if "料理する" wasn't one of the potential verbs. Unless I'm missing something here.
Yes, this confused me. Does the verb we are supposed to have in this sentence mean make as in "make a card, make a shibori t-shirt, make a sculpture ?" if we were asking what someone made for lunch or dinner would we use 料理？