With this worksheet, we want to deal with make and do as these two verbs are often confused by students. We focus here first on make and do collocations and then on more demanding fixed phrases.
The worksheet starts with the more basic stuff that your B2 students should already know. First, they have to fill in the table with the correct words to create make and do collocations. Next, there is some free practice and speaking tasks to reinforce these collocations. Students choose five phrases from the previous exercise and write questions with them. Then, they work in pairs and ask each other the questions they’ve written.
Next, we move to fixed phrases with the verbs make and do. Students will have to decide which verb to use to create these phrases and identify their meanings from the context. In this task, we want students to learn phrases such as do without, do somebody good, make sense, make room for, make a killing, etc.
Finally, the worksheet ends a short speaking task which includes new phrases. Students work in pairs and discuss the points we prepared.
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