The verbs MAKE and DO may be similar in meaning, but when it comes to collocations, they are not interchangeable. In English, you do business and make money, do vocabulary exercises and make progress. Watch out for nouns that collocate with both! If you make time, you simply find the time to do something, but if you do time, you serve a prison sentence!
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