Presentation on theme: "DO is used when talking about work, jobs or tasks. DO is used when we refer to activities in general, without being specific. -Did you do your homework?"— Presentation transcript:
DO is used when talking about work, jobs or tasks. DO is used when we refer to activities in general, without being specific. -Did you do your homework? -I have to do all my tasks before I can play outside. -Do a good job. - Did you do something this morning? DO is used to replace a verb when the meaning is obvious. -Can you do the dishes tonight? -Will we do the exam this week?
MAKE is used for producing, creating, constructing or building something new. -Make a cake. -Make cookies. -Make breakfast. MAKE is used to indicate the origin or the materials of a specific product. -Made in China. -Made of wood. MAKE is used when we refer to plans or decisions. -Make a plan. -Make a decision.
POPULAR EXPRESSIONS WITH DO -Do a favor. -Do a painting. -Do business. -Do chores. -Do exercises. -Do the laundry. -Do good. -Do your best. POPULAR EXPRESSIONS WITH MAKE -Make a phone call. -Make cookies. -Make a cake. -Make a comment. -Make a difference. -Make a decision. -Make a joke. -Make a mistake. -Make an effort. -Make money.