The words "do" and "make" can cause real confusion among non-native speakers whose language only contains one term which expresses both ideas. "Do" is attached to words about activities, for instance duties, sports, jobs, tasks, and most actions ending in "-ing". Anything that you consider as a process to carry out, undertake or even finish up would likely use "do" as well. "Make", on the other hand, is more for creating or putting something together where you have a final product, arrangement or outcome. So keep these 2 ideas in mind: Is the...
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