Here are two words that are typically confused because in Spanish they are often translated to ‘hacer’ or ‘tomar’. Here are some tips.
Usually when we use a verb that means to elaborate or create something, but there are also quite a few collocations.
Make food/drink = prepare
Make the beds = tidy them up after sleeping in them.
Make friends = meet people you like.
Make a decision = decide between one thing or another.
Make a noise
Make a mess
Make a mistake
Make a donation
Do the washing up/the dishes, cleaning, shopping, cooking etc. We usually use ‘do’ for housework, especially when we use a noun that ends in -ing.
Do somebody a favour