To make or to do? This is the question.

Two verbs, to do and to make, are confusing for English language learners. You can do your homework, do your exercises, do your best, and still make mistakes and make little progress. In French it’s relatively simple. One verb, faire, fits all. You can do almost everything and make just about any sentence with faire: faire … Lire la suite de To make or to do? This is the question.