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Difference Between Do and Make
Do is sometimes confused with make.Indefinite activities
We use do (and not make) when we do not say exactly what we are doing. For example, we use do with words like something, anything, nothing, what, thing and everything.
We use do to talk about work and jobs.
Make is often used to talk about constructing, creating, building etc.
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