Make or Do?

Make or do?

Choose the correct sentence and then play the game at the end of the post!

I do sports every day.

I make sports every day.

Make or Do?

I do sports every day is the correct choice. In English, we differentiate make from do. Do usually refers to performing an activity, while make refers to creating something. However, there are some exceptions, for example, to make your bed.

Below are some expression with make and do.

MakeDo
an appointmentbusiness
a changeyour best
a complaintthe dishes / housework
a decisionan exam
a dateexercise / sports / yoga
an excuseyour hair / make up
friendshomework
a mistakeresearch
a phone callthe shopping
a suggestionwork
your bedyour worst

Play the game frogger for intermediate level practice for make or do.

NOTE: You will need to create a nickname (no need to use your real name) and enter the given pin to play the game.