Oxford Online English
2019年11月21日に公開・ 743 6
In this lesson, you can learn how to use make and do through sample conversations and examples. You’ll see the differences between 'make’ and ‘do’, and all the meanings of each verb. You’ll also see phrasal verbs and collocations with ‘make’ and ‘do’. See the full version of this lesson on our website: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/use-make-and-do. Contents: 1. Basic Ways to Use 'Do' and 'Make' 0:51 2. Make = Create Something 2:41 3. Make = Produce a Reaction 5:52 4. Do = Carry Out a Task 8:32 5. Do = Something/Anything/Everything/Nothing 6. Phrasal Verbs and Collocations 12:23 This lesson will help you: - Clarify any confusion you had about how to use make and do correctly in both speaking and writing. - Understand the basic ways to use the verbs make and do. - See examples of how you can use make to create something. - Learn how to use make to mean that a reaction was produced. - Get examples of how you can use do to mean 'carry out a task'. - See how you can use do with words like 'something', 'anything', 'nothing', and 'everything'. - Better understand how to use do and make in phrasal verb and collocation forms. Do you need more help with your grammar? Try a trial lesson with one of our certified online English teachers: http://bit.ly/book-trial-class. See more free English lessons like this on our website: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/.