MAKE & DO

  • MAKE or DO?? They have similar meaning.
  1. Make /maik/: It means ”create”: bring (something) into existence.

e.g. Coffe / tea;                        investment;

an offer;                           mistake;

a suggestion;                     bet;

a promise;                         discovery.

a sound;

fortune;

2. Do /du/: It means ”task” /task/ * A piece of work to be done.

i.e. homework;

test;                                   shopping;

interview;                         experiment;

a course;                            bad (-) / good (+).

the ironing;

your best;

well (+) / badly (-)

 

 

 

 

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