Expresiones con “do” y “make”

Do se refiere a acciones generales, mientras que make se refiere a causar o crear algo. Sin embargo, no siempre se siguen las reglas por lo que es mejor aprender las expresiones fijas:

DO

MAKE

a course

a cake

a degree

a change

a favour

a choice

a job

a confession

a service

a comment

an exercise

a complaint

an experiment

a cup of tea

an operation

a decision

badly in a exam

a demand

business with somebody

a difference

crosswords

a discovery

damage

a film

evil

a fortune

good

a fuss about something

harm

a guess

justice

a journey

military service

a mess

one’s best

a mistake

one’s hair

a noise

research

a phone call

right

a plan

something for a living

a promise

the dishes

a profit/loss

the housework

a report

the ironing

a request

the cooking

a speech

the shopping

a statement

the washing

a suggestion

your homework

a treaty with somebody

your best/worst

a trip

your duty

an appointment

your teeth

an arrangement

well at school

an attempt

wonders

an effort

wrong

an exception

an excuse for something

 

an impression

 

an offer

 

breakfast/lunch/dinner

 

certain of/about something

 

enquires

 

friends with somebody

 

fun

 

good

 

love

 

money

 

progress

 

room for something

 

sure of something

 

the bed

 

the best of something

 

the most of something

 

trouble for somebody

 

up your mind

 

your will

 

war

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