Make or Do
Dennis Bertz Thygesen
The different use of make and do is often confusing as make is used with some words, and do is used with other words to form meaningful expressions. Why is it called “make” a choice, but “do” your homework? Or why is it called “do” me a favour and “make” my day?
The learning objective in Make or Do is to develop an understanding of when to apply make or do. This book uses music and lyrics as the basis of learning grammar. Students will practice formulating their own set of grammatical rules based on given examples and apply them to music and lyrics. They will also create their own videos and a rap song.
It is a book that is designed for several educational levels of English as a second language/English as a foreign language.
This book is a part of the Grammar Through Lyrics book series that uses music and lyrics as the basis of learning grammar. The other iBooks textbooks are Present Perfect, You Have It in You, Phrasal Verbs, and Irregular Verbs.