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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5023: Do/Make
We always use do to describe indefinite activities, often with what, thing, anything, nothing, etc and generally speaking we also use do to talk about duties, jobs or (leisure) activities.
We tend to use make when we are talking about constructing, creating or performing something.
Complete the following sentences with an appropriate form of do or make.
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