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Collocations with make and do Friday, August 19th
Take a look at some expressions with make. Please make time. You make dinner. You make drawings. You make decisions. You make plans. Your make reservations. You make money. You make friends
MAKE you choose Make is used to describe a creative activity or something you choose to do. You choose, for example: to make plans make friends and make decisions. You have choices You have choices
Look at some common expressions with do. Do the dishes. Do some chores. Do your work. Do exercises. Do your best. Do it over. Do the report.
DO Do is used to describe an activity that you have to do, often over and over again. For example: We do the dishes and do the laundry many times. Do also contains an element of duty and responsibility.
LETS PRACTICE STUDENTS BOOK PAGE 71 EXERCISES 6 & 7