Apple: intermediate – Student

GRAMMAR PRACTICE: MAKE or DO

There is very little difference in meaning between the verbs make and do.
Unfortunately, we either use make or do in expressions and if you use the wrong one by mistake, it does not change the meaning but sounds strange.

MAKE: friends / enemies – a decision – offer – an impression – a profit / loss – a mistake
DO: nothing – deal – business – damage – research

Watch the FILM – take the TEST

1. We ............... well last year and profits ...........
3. I like to ............. friends because it ........... it easier to ........ business
4.

What does the graph show?

5. We ......... good time, ......... a great job, and ........ a lot of profit
7.

Sales were .......... so we had to ........... some big decisions.

8. I ...... a mistake and it .......  some damage to the plan
9.

Writing practice: Describe the image (20 words - approx.)

10. How can we make this lesson better?