Make vs. Do Practice 4

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. She spends two hours every day her hair and makeup.

2. Don't trouble for me.

3. Do you think that you are progress?

4. It's not nice to fun of people.

5. He's not much of an effort.

6. That story doesn't him justice.

7. Don't a scene.

8. To the most of your stay in Munich, you have to go to a beer garden.

9. He a lot of sports.

10. You want the car, and I want the money. I'm sure we can a deal.