Make vs. Do Practice 1

MakeDo
create, produce, bake,
build, construct, cook,
erect, manufacture, write
take action, complete
i.e. I made this myself.i.e. I did a lot of exercises yesterday.


Fill in the blanks with the correct form of make or do. Pay close attention to the verb tense!

1. We usually the dishes twice every day.

2. A lot of children don't like to their homework.

3. When you own your own business, sometimes it's difficult to the books yourself.

4. I enjoy cakes on the weekend.

5. Can you me a favour and pick Sam up from school today?

6. He usually the shopping in the evening.

7. As long as you your best, that's all that matters.

8. I have to lots of phone calls at work.

9. It's okay if you a few mistakes on the road test yesterday.

10. He a very strange remark yesterday.