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difference between make and do #1 (permalink) Thu May 15, 2008 14:07 pm   difference between make and do
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #90 "Using Make and Do (1)", question 8

No matter how hard he pushed him, he couldn't ......... his son do the job properly.

(a) make
(b) do
(c) made
(d) did

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #90 "Using Make and Do (1)", answer 8

No matter how hard he pushed him, he couldn't make his son do the job properly.

Correct answer: (a) make
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i don't understand different betwen make and do?

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difference between make and do #2 (permalink) Thu May 15, 2008 14:10 pm   difference between make and do
 

Hi,

This might help:

Make or Do? or "Doing Time"

or this:

Make or Do? (2)

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