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‘DO’ vs ‘MAKE’

English_Grammar_DO vs MAKE

Do’ and ‘Make’ are habitually confused verbs for English language learners. Even if they both signify activity, they function individually in sentences. By and large, ‘do’ links to indefinite physical tasks or activities, while ‘make’ refers to a particular object.

USE OF ‘DO’
  • Used when someone executes an action or task.
  • Used to talk about work or jobs.
  • Used to imply general activities or obligations.
  • Used when general things are spoken.
USE OF ‘MAKE’
  • Used with the purpose to construct or to create.
  • Used to bring out an action or reaction.
  • Used to refer to the result.
  • Used to create or to produce something.

    DO MAKE
    do good make a plan
    do something make fun
    do work make sure
    do your job make house
    do shopping make a living
    do sums make a difference
    do well make a contact
    do your best make a bed
    do the right thing make a profit
    do homework
    make a mess
    do research
    make war
    do your best
    make a fire
    do harm
    make a point
    do nothing
    make trouble
    do business
    make a habit
    do cleaning
    make a noise
    do a deal
    make a choice
    do badly
    make a mistake
    do one’s best
    make progress
    do experiment
    make a suggestion

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