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DO vs MAKE
DO y MAKE significan HACER. Cuando usamos DO y cuando usamos MAKE?
Usamos DO cuando nos referimos a
1) trabajos o tareas o actividades a realizar
2) actividades en general
3) reemplazar verbos obvios
Usamos MAKE cuando nos referimos a
1) El origen de un material, de que esta hecho
2) Elaboramos o creamos algo
3) Expresiones de sentimiento
DO PARA ACTIVIDADES A REALIZAR
He is doing his homework.
She is doing her chores.
I will do some gardening this weekend.
You can do the cooking tonight.
DO PARA ACTIVIDADES EN GENERAL.
I can't go, I've got things to do.
The house is on fire, do something!
What can I do to help you?
DO PARA REEMPLAZAR VERBOS OBVIOS
If you do the dishes, I'll make dinner. (wash)
Do the bathroom, I'll do the kitchen. (clean)
Wait! let me do my hair before we leave. (comb, groom)
MAKE para expresar el origen de un material.
The desk is made of wood.
These tortillas are made with red corn.
Make cuando elaboramos o creamos algo.
I made hot cakes for breakfast.
Tomorrow, I will do some gardening and make a flower bed.
She made a quilt with scraps of old clothes.
MAKE para sentimientos.
Get married and make her happy.
His joke made me laugh.
I made her smile.
MAKE para sonidos
The door makes a screeching noise,
At the presentation he made a long speech.
The radio speaker makes an awful sound.
MAKE for events
Make it happen, baby!
Make my day!
Make a reservation.
Make a choice
Expressions with DO
The following words are normally used with Do:
a favor / favour
right (the right thing)
wrong (the wrong thing)
Expressions with MAKE
The following words are normally used with MAKE:
a cup of coffee / tea
a fool of yourself
a pass at someone
fun of someone
your mind up