Difference between do and make

Difference between do and makeDifference between do and make

There is a big difference between do and make. The word do is used to refer to the action, whereas the word make refers to the result of an action.

The following examples will make the usage clear.

Do Make
I can’t do my homework after such a tiring day. Can you make me a cup of tea?
I have got to do some work at hoe, so I can’t come for the party. I want to make big money when I grow up.
I am doing nothing this summers. My employees made me happy, so I gifted each employee a customized diary.
Do your shirt buttons. Don’t make a fool of yourself.

 

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