You can DO it! (or MAKE it?)

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Are you sometimes unsure if you’re using DO and MAKE correctly?
DO is normally used to talk about tasks, jobs, and work and to talk about general activities.
MAKE is used to talk about constructing, making, and creating things.

Although there are some general rules about when to use DO and MAKE there are many expressions with DO and MAKE which do not adhere to any rules.

Here are some useful expressions with MAKE and DO that you can start using now!