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Do and make

The general term we use when talking about actions is ‘Do.’


  • What are you guys doing for Christmas this year?’

  • Its ok I’ll do

  • Holly does the cooking in our house.

  • We did a lot of new things on holiday.

 

‘What do you do?’ = ‘What is job?’

 

  • ‘What do you do?’ ‘I work in a post office.’

 

Make = Produce/Create. For example

  • I’m making myself a cup of tea.

  • We made dinner tonight.

  • Most phones are made in Japan.

 

 

 DoA worksheet/ a testA degreeHomeworkChoresSomebody a favourAn exerciseI’m going to do my test tomorrow.I’m doing a degree in maths.The children have to do a lot of homework.Julie, do your chores now!Excuse me; can you do me a favour please?I do one type of exercise every day.

 

You can also say:

Do the washing/ do the cleaning/ do the cooking/ do the gardening etc.

 

Do and make Exercises


 

Complete the following sentences by filling in the gaps with the words do/ doing/ did/ done.

 

  1. What time did you complete ……………………….. the jobs that you were asked to do?

  2. What shall we ……………………………… today?

  3. I don’t understand what I have ……………………………….. wrong in my driving test.

  4. Can you all remember what you …………………………………. At Christmas last year?

  5. I …………………………. Enjoy playing football.

  6. What are we planning on ……………………….. in the summer?

  7. I’m happy I have …………………………… the cleaning early.

  8. I ……………………………… go to butchers yesterday.

 

 

Complete the following sentences by filling in the gaps with the words make/ making/ made.

 

  1. I’m ………………………….. myself a cup of tea, would you like one as well?

  2. Do you mind if I ……………………………. the cake this year for Christmas?

  3. She ………………………………….. made the best dress I have ever seen.

  4. We are still planning on …………………………….. a new kitchen table.

  5. We did ………………………… a good team.

  6. Do you know what he ………………………….. ?

 

 

Create your own sentences using make/ making/ made and do/ doing/ did/ done.  Challenge yourself by adding extra information and opinions in the sentences to make them more detailed.

 

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