12/MAR/2008 7:17 PM
||TO DALE, JOHANNES AND CRISTIANE
This gets complicated. If we're talking about a show with musicians, dancers, etc., I've heard "to do a show". If we're talking about a show falsely representing our feelings, I've heard "to make a show".
Crashing Pumpkins is doing a show on Saturday night.
I saw her at the funeral, making of a show of appearing brave. (I knew she was hurting.)
"To make" and "to do" are so confusing that I plan to substitute "fazer" for both. It would make things so much easier.
You make a house your home, and you make cookies.
But you do your hair and you do your lawn..
Let me see if I can find something that explains this.
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TO DALE, JOHANNES AND CRISTIANE Emma 07/MAR/2008, 1:53 PM
TO DALE, JOHANNES AND CRISTIANE PPAULO 07/MAR/2008, 4:16 PM
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