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  • تاریخ : 1392/01/23, 13:10
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Do and make are very similar but we use them differently.

We often use do to speak about everyday jobs: do the shopping; do the dishes.

We use make when we create or produce something: the factory makes furniture; make dinner.

Do

do the shopping
I hate doing the shopping in supermarkets.

do something
What are you doing? I’m not doing anything.

do an exam
I did five exams and passed all of them.

do homework (from school)
School kids have to do a lot of homework.

do housework
 I always do the housework at weekends.

do the dishes
Who’s going to do the dishes after dinner?

do the ironing
Her husband never does the ironing.

do an exercise
I did all the exercises in my grammar book.

do business
Our company does a lot of business in Asia.


Make

make coffee, tea

I always make coffee after breakfast.


make something (produce)
 The factory makes furniture.


make a mistake
I made a mistake. I’m sorry.


make a promise
You made me a promise. Please keep it!


make a decision
Managers have to make hard decisions sometimes.


make a telephone call
Excuse me, I have to make a telephone call.


make a profit
Microsoft made a big profit last year.


make a mess
The children made a mess in the kitchen.


make progress
The students are making good progress with their English.


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