Phrasal Verbs with Make/Do

Match the phrasal verbs on the left with its meaning on the right. The tiles in the right-hand column are sortable. ANSWERS
  • do away with
  • do up
  • make off
  • do without
  • make for
  • do in
  • make up
  • do with
  • make up for
  • make out
  • to kill someone, to make someone very tired
  • to handle without something
  • to invent, to become friends again after a quarrel
  • to replace something that is gone or lost, to correct a bad situation
  • to stop doing or having something, to make something end
  • to see, hear or understand something
  • to leave, especially in a hurry or secretly
  • to be helped by having something
  • to move towards a place, to help or allow something to happen
  • to repair and decorate a building