In general, do is used to talk about work or tasks and make is used to talk about producing or creating something (although there are exceptions to this rule!).
First test yourself by completing the exercise, then check your answers with the useful list of collocations.
Complete with do or make in the correct form.
1. I have so much homework to ______ for Monday! Please don't ______ any noise, I want to finish it quickly.
2. My husband _______ a lot of money by _________ business with wealthy clients.
3. If you ______ the dinner, I'll _____ the washing up.
4. The speech she ______, ______ a lot of damage to the campaign.
5. Don't ______ fun of me - I didn't have time to ____ my hair!
6. _______ nothing on Sundays always ______ me happy.
homework, work, business a noise, a sound, a speech
the cleaning, the washing up, the laundry the bed, the dinner/lunch/breakfast, a cake
damage fun of someone
your hair, your make-up someone happy/sad/angry etc.
nothing, something, anything money