July 18, 2007

Make or Do?

You do your homework, you make a promise, a criminal does time in prison, some people make a fortune. It is often difficult to know whether to use 'do' or 'make', and it may be best to learn the expressions, without worrying about the grammar rules. Here are a few activities to help you practise:

2 comments:

Ronaldo said...

Hey Monica,

This 'do or make' is so trick sometimes! I still have many problems with it.

Cheers, Ronaldo

Mônica Veado said...

We all do, Ronaldo, but that's what makes learning languages so much fun! ;-)