[A] は [material] で できて いる（出来て いる）
be made of
The verb dekiru has various meanings such as;
be able to do, be good at, be skillfu,
be done, be finished, be ready,
be built, newly open,
be made, be produced,
be formed, be organized, etc.
See Essential Japanese Verbs No.141 dekiru for the important usages.
We, CosCom, write dekiru in Kana, but it is often written in Kanji 出来る.
This flower is made of paper.
はな flower, かみ paper
This doll is made of chocolate.
にんぎょう doll, チョコレート chocolate
That curtain is made of a nonflammable material.
カーテン curtain, もえない nai form of moemasu; burn, blaze
I heard that this mask is made of pure gold.
マスク mask, じゅんきん pure gold, solid gold
じゅん－ pure, genuine, unmixed, natural, きん gold
Functional patterns used in the sentences (Chapter numbers are from Building Up Conversation)
verb te form + -te imasu:expressing progressive or a state
Level 2 Chapter 4
jun-kin de dekite iru soo desu
plain form + soo desu:reported information; I heard, he/they said
Level 2 Chapter 11
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