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How do you when to use do or make?



 
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How do you when to use do or make? #1 (permalink) Thu Aug 31, 2006 4:31 am   How do you when to use do or make?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #92 "Using Make and Do (2)", question 10

They ......... up quickly after the silly argument.

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

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #92 "Using Make and Do (2)", answer 10

They made up quickly after the silly argument.

Correct answer: (c) made

Your answer was: incorrect
They make up quickly after the silly argument.
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Make/do #2 (permalink) Thu Aug 31, 2006 8:20 am   Make/do
 

Hi,

You might get some help from this material I've written for the site:

ESL Lesson: Make or Do? (1)
http://www.english-test.net/lessons/5/index.html

ESL Lesson: Make or Do? (2)
http://www.english-test.net/lessons/24/index.html

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How do you when to use do or make? #3 (permalink) Wed Apr 28, 2010 9:22 am   How do you when to use do or make?
 

why made instead of make? what makes that sentence be a past tense? there is no time information. I'm so confused with things like this..
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How do you when to use do or make? #4 (permalink) Wed Apr 28, 2010 15:30 pm   How do you when to use do or make?
 

During the first half of the nineteenth century, immigrants to the United States were predominant from Western Europe, after the Civil War, however, new arrivals came mainly from Eastern an Southern Europe, as well as from Asia.
Please, help me identify word that is not correct in above sentence.
Thanks in advance!
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How do you when to use do or make? #5 (permalink) Wed Apr 28, 2010 22:07 pm   How do you when to use do or make?
 

Tryyourbest wrote:
During the first half of the nineteenth century, immigrants to the United States were predominant from Western Europe, after the Civil War, however, new arrivals came mainly from Eastern an Southern Europe, as well as from Asia.
Please, help me identify word that is not correct in above sentence.
Thanks in advance!

Hi Tryyourbest,
I'd change a couple of words in that sentence, but more importantly, I'd change some of the punctuation, so that it's easier to make sense of it:
"During the first half of the nineteenth century, immigrants to the United States came predominantly from western Europe. After the Civil War, however, new arrivals came mainly from Eastern and Southern Europe, as well as from Asia."
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