If there’s something that always confuses English learners, then it is telling the difference between “do” and “make”.
So, let’s find out!

The meaning of “do”

Do: to execute an activity; to act; to perform. Like in:

“The student does the homework”. That is, the student is filling out the answers.
But now, let’s take a look at the meaning of “make”.

The meaning of make

Make: to construct; to create; to assemble something. Like in:

“The teacher makes the homework”. That is, there was just a blank paper before the teacher took that paper and created the tasks.
So why “MAKE the bed”? Well, because every rule has its exceptions. It is what it is!

I hope you enjoyed this video. If so, send it to a friend who’s also learning English!
See you later!


Kally Higgins