There are many word pairs in German that are quite confusing when one comes from English into German. I’ve already said in an earlier post that German is the language of making and driving. After having many people ask me about the difference between “tun” (to do) and “machen” (to make / to do), I thought I would dedicate this blog to clarifying the situation.
We’ve moved. You’ll find the full article here: http://marathonsprachen.com/machen-vs-tun-to-make-vs-to-do/