Do is an irregular verb. Its three forms are do, did, done. The present simple third person singular is does:
- Will you do a job for me?
- I did some shopping this morning.
- Have you done your essay yet?
- He usually does his homework in front of the television.
Make + Object
We use make + object to talk about things that we produce or create:
- She made some coffee.
- Did you really make this table?
Enjoy this video to understand more fully the differences between DO vs. Make
Activity #1: After having understood the topic , I’d like to invite you to test your knowledge using this interactive game: Classtools.net
Activity #2: Look at the picture and identify the ones that are used with do or make