Nov 17, 2017

"Do" or "Make"?

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Many learners of English as a second language struggle to differentiate between these two verbs. These are some things you can either "Do" or "Make"! Feel free to ask us any questions in the comment section below!




John Brooke
May 31

The above visual presentation is enough to understand the difference and usage..thanks for providing that .

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