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Poem No. 4 to Practice "Make" vs. "Do"

Here is a fourth poem to help you learn the differences in the use of "Make" & "Do". Now students or teachers could start writing their own poems!

In the version on the DVD QualityTime-ESl:The Digital Resource Book that you can purchase by going to the store, the syllables to be accentuated are in bold .

If You Make A Mess…

By Marianne Raynaud

If you make a mess,

You’ll have to confess,

If you make a date,

You mustn’t be late,

............................................

If you make an exception,

I’ll make an objection,

If you make a face,

You’ll be a disgrace,

............................................

If you make a deal,

Then I’ll make a meal,

If you make an excuse,

I won’t be your muse,

............................................

But if you make a call,

Then we’ll fly to Nepal,

And I’ll make you a bet,

Some free tickets we’ll get,

............................................

But if you make a pass,

At my sister in class,

Then you’ll have to come clean,

Or I’ll make a scene,

And make no mistake,

I’ll give you no break,

............................................

So make up your mind,

And learn verse of this kind,

Then you’ll use "do" and “make”

Without any mistake!

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