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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #27: Make or Do?
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    Make or Do?

    Complete each sentence with the correct form of 'make' or 'do'.

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    1. There's a rumour going round that Pelly's are going to a bid for Squash International.
    2. Please your best to get these typed before 5 o'clock.
    3. Who shall I the cheque out to?
    4. If we don't get some orders soon we'll have to some of our workers redundant.
    5. I'm afraid you'll have to without the other photocopier until we can get the part we need from the suppliers.
    6. We've been business with them for over thirty years now.
    7. Considerable progress has been and we hope to put some concrete proposals to our members tomorrow afternoon.
    8. The bank has decided to extra provision against bad debts this year.
    9. We've been a roaring trade since they decided to advertise on local television.
    10. We have a considerable profit on the sale of that land.
    11. I've got all these invoices to before I can go home.
    12. The business was so run down when she took it over that nobody expected her to such a success of it.
    13. Something as simple as changing the size of the lettering on the packet can all the difference to your sales.
    14. Increasing production will even more demands on machinery which is already breaking down at an alarming rate.
    15. They could with some computer paper in the wages office.
    16. We've away with the old system of clocking in.
    17. A customer has a complaint about one of our salespeople.
    18. In fact, Gravers have us a favour by launching their product first. We can learn from their mistakes.

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