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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5023: Do/Make
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    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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    1. Her job has something to with marketing.

    2. You shouldn't fun of the way people talk.

    3. You'll have to without your dinner if you don't get back in time.

    4. She sits in front of the mirror for ages herself up.

    5. When the bell rang, the students for the door.

    6. Let's the store room into an extra kitchen, shall we?

    7. The last bus had gone so I my way home on foot.

    8. I can't sense of what you are saying. Speak more slowly.

    9. If you your best to explain the problem, I'm sure she'll understand.

    10. It's about time you some exercise - you're getting a bit overweight.

    11. I don't know what to of Christina's odd behaviour just lately.

    12. I could have with more help.

    13. I don't believe him - he it up!

    14. How many times a week do you the shopping?

    15. She an attempt to break the world record.

    16. What would you wear to a good impression at a job interview?

    17. Have you much progress with your English?

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