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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84508: Do or Make
Do or Make
Do The meaning is rather general. It often expresses indefinite activities.
We also use it to talk about jobs or leisure activities.
-To do the dishes,
-To do a job,
-To do the shopping....
Make Its meaning is also rather general but it often expresses the idea of construction or creation.
-To make a cake...
There are many exceptions to these rules.
We must learn them by heart.
-To do good, to do a favour...,
-To make a decision, to make an exception...
Choose the correct word.
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