Lesson 7 - Food
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- The difference between the verbs "make" and "do."
- "Find the Mistake" review activity
Make vs. Do
The verbs "make" and "do" are easily confused. The verb "make" in English is generally used with the meaning of "create" while "do" is usually used with activities. Following is a list of expressions used with make and expressions used with do.
make a scene
On a piece of paper write a sentence example with each of the expressions with make or do.
My daughter made a scene at the supermarket when I refused to buy her some candy.
Select the correct verb.
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