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    make much damage

    Doesn't "make damage" make sense? Does it always have to be "do damage"?
    4-48Cuts are one of the most common injuries in our daily lives. You may get a paper cut or cut your finger with a knife while cooking in the kitchen. Most cuts affect only the top layer of the skin and do not do/make much damage. However, if the bleeding doesn't stop within a few minutes, this is a sign that you would go see a doctor and get your wound stitched.

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    Re: make much damage

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Doesn't "make damage" make sense? Does it always have to be "do damage"?
    4-48Cuts are one of the most common injuries in our daily lives. You may get a paper cut or cut your finger with a knife while cooking in the kitchen. Most cuts affect only the top layer of the skin and do not do/make much damage. However, if the bleeding doesn't stop within a few minutes, this is a sign that you would go see a doctor and get your wound stitched.
    Only "do" works.

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