Make or Do Quiz
The choice between 'make' or 'do' is difficult in English. There are many set phrases in English with 'make' or 'do' such as 'make money', or 'do the laundry'. The main difference between the two verbs is that 'make' is used with physical objects such as 'make a cup of tea' and 'do' is used with activities, tasks, chores, etc. However, there are many exceptions to the rule. Take the quiz to test your knowledge of some of the most important combinations.
Take the Make or Do Quiz
Choose a form of either 'make' or 'do' to complete the sentence. Each question has only one correct answer. When you are finished click on the "Next Question" button. There are 30 questions to this quiz. Try to use only 30 seconds per question. At the end of the quiz, you will receive quiz feedback.
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