Make vs. Do Practice 3

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. Who's going to dinner tonight?

2. He's responsible for the assignment.

3. My main responsibility at work is research.

4. A slogan during the 1960s was love not war.

5. Do you think those countries will ever peace?

6. Be quiet! You're too much noise.

7. Those two companies a lot of business with each other.

8. Let's a promise to never fight.

9. That actor is a special appearance tomorrow.

10. Some people don't like changes.