make a quiz or do a quiz

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lmew

New Member
Arabic
Hello guys,

Which one is right:

make / do a quiz

I wish to explain when can I use make and when can I use do.

Thanks,
 
  • Beryl from Northallerton

    Senior Member
    British English
    Hello Imew, and Welcome to the Forum! :)

    Please explain in a little more detail what you have in mind. What do want to mean by 'making/doing a quiz'? What kind of 'quiz' are you talking about? :)
     

    lmew

    New Member
    Arabic
    Thank you Beryl for welcoming me! :)

    I'll explain what I was mean:

    An instructor give some students a quiz, one of those students want to ask the others to start doing/making it.
    So how can he say that: Let's do our quiz OR let's make our quiz.

    I wish I've explained it well as required.

    Thanks in advance
     

    lucas-sp

    Senior Member
    English - Californian
    Before the instructor gives the students the quiz, s/he has to make it: s/he has to come up with the questions, write it up, make photocopies, etc.

    Then s/he gives the students the quiz, and the students take or do​ the quiz: they have to fill it in with their answers.
     
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