make or do
When do we use make and do?
|make||to create sth. (you often use your hands)||We make birdhouses every winter.|
|The pupils make a lot of noise in the break.|
|She makes me happy.|
|do||an action you do not mention by name, mostly mental work||They do their homework in the afternoon.|
|mostly referred to the topic ›work‹||I often do the shopping in the evenings.|
There are no clear rules whether to use do or make: Have a look in a good dictionary, or use ›make‹ it is more likely to be right.