make ou do?

“make” ou “do”?

MAKE ou DO?

Faça a escolha correta: “make” ou “do”?

A regra geral é a seguinte:

Usamos ‘make‘ quando criamos ou construímos alguma coisa. Por exemplo:

  • She made a cake.
  • I’ve made us some coffee.
  • Did you really make those trousers?

Usamos “do” para atividades gerais. Neste caso, ‘do’ é frequentemente usado com ‘something’, ‘nothing’, ‘anything’ ou ‘everything’:

  • What did you do at the weekend?
  • I didn’t do anything yesterday.
  • She’s fed up with doing everything herself. She needs some help.
  • Are you doing anything interesting during the holidays?

Existem muitas expressões fixas com ‘make‘ e ‘do‘. Infelizmente, eles não seguem nenhuma regra útil, então você precisa praticar. Várias delas são abordadas no exercício abaixo. Boa sorte!

She _____ so many mistakes in her essay that the teacher couldn’t understand it.

1. made
2. did

The children are _____ too much noise.

1. making
2. doing

My mother _____ a comment about my shoes.

1. made
2. did

What a mess you’ve _____! Can’t you tidy up a bit?

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2. done

My sister is _____ well in her new job.

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2. doing

I have to _____ three exams and write a huge essay this term.

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2. do

Hurry up and _____ a decision!

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2. do

I really hate _____ the dishes. I’m hoping to buy a dishwasher this year.

1. making
2. doing

Unfortunately, Lucy _____ a lot of work at the weekends.

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2. does

When John was last in London he _____ a discovery – a beautiful little cafe in a quiet street.

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2. did

Can you tell me how much money he _____?

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2. does

She didn’t _____ her best so she felt sad.

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2. do

I have to go home and _____ some chores this afternoon.

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2. do

The children’s favorite game is to _____ believe that they are kings and queens from long ago.

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Finally, after being stuck in a traffic jam for an hour, we’re _____ some progress! We’ll arrive by 8pm.

1. making
2. doing

The bank robbers took £10,000 from the safe and then _____ their escape.

1. made
2. did

The interview was very tense at the beginning, but then John _____ a joke, and after that it was much more relaxed.

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2. did

Could you call the restaurant and _____ a reservation for tonight?

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2. do

Because of the snow, try not to _____ any journeys which are not absolutely essential.

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Could you please _____ the bed before you leave the house? Otherwise it looks so messy with the duvet and the pillows everywhere.

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2. do

I must study hard today. I _____ a promise to my mum that I wouldn’t fail any more exams.

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2. did

Okay, so we’re going to go on holiday in September. Let’s _____ some arrangements. I’ll find a hotel, and you can look at flights.

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2. do

Susie _____ a scene in the café when her order was wrong. She shouted at all the staff and demanded to speak to the manager.

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2. did

Going to the gym has really _____ a difference to how I feel.

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2. done

She helps homeless people and tries to _____ good.

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2. do

The people wanted to _____ peace.

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2. do

Why does he always _____ a promise and then break it?

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2. do

Could I _____ a suggestion? How about going out for dinner?

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2. do

I’ve bought all new winter clothes:– boots, a coat and a very warm hat. Weather, _____ your worst!

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2. do

Usually the children aren’t allowed to watch TV but I _____ an exception today since the weather was so horrible.

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2. did

There was an old man sitting on the bank of the river, _____ a painting.

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2. doing

Please try not to _____ a noise when you come home, because I’ll be asleep.

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2. do

You should eat your vegetables. They’ll _____ you good!

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2. do

He has to _____ the housework before he can go.

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2. do

That employee is trying to _____ trouble. He is always telling the boss bad things about his colleagues.

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2. do

Their business _____ a loss the first year, but did much better after that.

1. made
2. did

She loved university and _____ lots of friends.

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2. did

It was the first time she didn’t _____ the beds.

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2. do

The professor used lots of examples to _____ his point.

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2. do

She spends too much time _____ her hair and nails.

1. making
2. doing

First, I must _____ a list of all the things I need to do.

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I think the students _____ a great job with this essay. It’s excellent.

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2. did

It was a pleasure ___ business with you.

1. making
2. doing

She was late so she didn’t _____ breakfast for them.

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2. do

The hero and the heroine _____ love in the film.

1. made
2. did

I have to _____ a telephone call.

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2. do

Many people _____ more than 30 mph through this town. It’s very dangerous.

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2. do

The food took so long to arrive that Julie _____ a complaint to the manager.

1. made
2. did

He was busy _____ the food shopping.

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2. doing

The child took a bite of the broccoli and _____ a face.

1. made
2. did

My mother listens to the radio while she _____ the ironing.

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2. does

The teacher asked us to _____ a lot of grammar exercises over the holidays

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Did he _____ the doctor’s appointment yet?

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2. do

Don’t _____ a sound! We need to be completely quiet.

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2. do

A famous movie star is going to _____ an appearance here tonight.

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2. do

He _____ several errors on the report, and the boss told him to rewrite it.

1. made
2. did

I’m _____ some research for my thesis at the moment.

1. making
2. doing

Have you finished _____ your homework?

1. making
2. doing

Could I _____ an observation? I don’t think some of our customers like the new adverts.

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2. do

Julie likes _____ exercise, especially running.

1. making
2. doing

Jenny certainly _____ an impression last night! All my friends are asking about her.

1. made
2. did

John was upset because the boss _____ a negative remark about his work.

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2. did

Which job are you going to take? You need to _____ a choice.

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2. do

I’ll call you this afternoon.– I need to _____ a visit to my granny this morning.

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2. do

The children love to _____ fun of the teacher,– but only when she’s not looking.

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2. do

You are going to have to _____ some changes here.

1. make
2. do

I’d love to see you soon. How about if we _____ a date for next week?

1. make
2. do

My friend _____ me a huge favor and lent me some money.

1. made
2. did

Let’s _____ the housework quickly this morning, then we can go out for lunch.

1. make
2. do

He _____ the laundry, cleaned the house, and made dinner.

1. made
2. did

He has to _____ his duty and look after his elderly parents.

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2. do

I’ve _____ some changes to the document.

1. made
2. done

David often spends Sunday afternoons _____ gardening.

1. making
2. doing

We put up our tent, _____ a fire, and had a hot drink.

1. made
2. did

Look how late it is! Let’s _____ a move.

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2. do

I think he is trying to _____ trouble for you.

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2. do

John has decided to _____ a course in computing this autumn.

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2. do

I will _____ the dinner dishes.

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2. do

Lucy _____ a fortune when she sold her company. Now she doesn’t have to work.

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2. did

He _____ a lot of research.

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2. does

You shouldn’t sing in front of everyone! You’ll _____ a fool of yourself.

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2. do

She _____ an offer on a house. She’s nervous because she’ll find out today if it has been accepted, and she really wants to buy that house.

1. made
2. did

He broke into a bank, was caught by the police, and now he’s _____ time.

1. making
2. doing

Can you _____ me a favor and lend me some money?

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2. do

The bride’s father often _____ a speech at her wedding.

1. makes
2. does

You’re not trying hard enough! _____ an effort!

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2. Do

Ruth spends ages _____ her hair in the morning.

1. making
2. doing

There are so many decisions to _____.

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2. do

I’m going to go outside and _____ a phone call. It’s too noisy in here.

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2. do

The storm has _____ a lot of damage to the house.

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2. done

I think the café opens at six, but let’s _____ certain. I don’t want to be standing in the street waiting!

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2. do

Jenny likes to _____ her nails each week.

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2. do

His business _____ a profit from the beginning.

1. made
2. did

She _____ very badly on the exam, so she’ll have to retake it.

1. made
2. did

I’ll _____ the shopping tomorrow morning. We need milk, bread, pasta and bananas.

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2. do

Why was Lisa late? Did she _____ an excuse?

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2. do

I hate _____ paperwork.

1. making
2. doing

It’s okay! I’m fine, it’s just a cough. Don’t _____ a fuss!

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2. do

After the film, John _____ his way to a café, where he had two cups of coffee and some cake.

1. made
2. did

I must _____ my homework before I go to bed.

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2. do

Don’t worry about getting everything correct. Just _____ your best.

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2. do

He _____ the assignment, but forgot to bring it to school.

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2. did

Do you want chocolate or strawberry ice cream? _____ your mind up quickly!

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2. Do

You can _____ the dinner.

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2. do

John _____ a lot of money in his twenties and was able to retire at the age of 35.

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2. did

David is _____ plans to move to Paris.

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2. doing

I’m so sorry that I upset you. How can I _____ amends?

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2. do

I know we might not catch the plane, but let’s at least _____ an attempt to be on time.

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2. do

She sat on the sofa, _____ a crossword and drinking tea.

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2. doing

Did you _____ a reservation for tonight?

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2. do

It’s been a pleasure _____ business with you.

1. making
2. doing

I spilt coffee on my suit and tried to clean it, but I _____ more harm than good. It looks even worse now!

1. made
2. did

The little boy spent hours _____ a drawing.

1. making
2. doing

I’d like to _____ a confession. I was the one who ate the last of the chocolate.

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2. do

Everybody’s busy, but you need to _____ time to study. Otherwise you won’t be able to get a better job.

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2. do

Hello? I’d like to _____ a credit card payment, please.

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2. do

I don’t think I left the gate open, but I’m just going to go and _____ sure.

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2. do

The journalist _____ a prediction about the economy, but in the end it wasn’t correct.

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2. did

I’ve _____ my decision. I’m going to go back to university.

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2. done

She had toothache, so she _____ an appointment with the dentist for the following day.

1. made
2. did

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