Saturday, August 30, 2008

“Make” or “Do”
There are several expressions in English with “make” or “do”. You usually ‘make’ something, but you use ‘do’ to describe an unspecified action. Most of the time, it is not easy to know which one to use and even native speakers can make mistakes.
Here's a webpage that offers a brief but concise explanation about this topic.

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