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Do vs Make

Do vs Make




Collocations with Do
business
the cleaning
the cooking
a course
a crime
damage
the dishes
your duty
an exam(ination)
an exercise
a favour
gardening
harm
homework
the ironing
your job
a report
the laundry
your best
a painting
the shopping
a test
research
something
nothing
sport
your hair
your nails
the washing
your work
your worst

Collocations with Make
an apology
the bed
breakfast
a cake
a cup of tea
a change
a comment
a complaint
a decision
a discovery
dinner
an effort
an error
your excuse
a guess
a list
a loss
love
lunch
a mess
a mistake
money
a noise
an offer
a phone call
plans
a profit
progress
a promise
a sound
speech
sure

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