Thursday, December 19, 2013

MAKE vs DO (useful examples)

I got this chart from my pal Canadian Chris (in his facebook links as Chris Eoi or Christopher Paetzold). 
If given my druthers, I prefer DO but MAKE, it must be said, provides for pleasant diversion. Sloth and inactivity are not generally associated with these active verbs. So some might suggest that MAKE/DO as a team keep us from a multitude of sins, including turpitude (moral or otherwise), which is the downside of extended periods of sloth. I can see you yawning, already, so I will get back to making Christmas cookies. Thanks for your links, Chris.

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