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To make primarily means to construct or manufacture something, while to do means to accomplish a thing.
Common exceptions with make and do.
(a) To make a mistake, to make a promise, to make a speech, to make an excuse, to make haste, to make fun of, to make progress, to make a noise, to make a bed (= to prepare the bed for sleeping on)
(b) To do good, to do evil, to do your best, to do your duty, to do someone a favour, to do wrong, to do a puzzle, to do business, to do away with, to do gymnastics, to do exercises.
To refuse means not to take what is offered or not to do what one is asked to do. To deny means to answer in the negative or to say that a statement isn't true.
The past tense of this verb is fell, not fall. It's principal parts are: fall, fell, fallen.
Fell, felled, felled means to knock or cut down: The wood-cutter felled a large tree.
To listen to may also means to think carefully about what someone say: Gerry always listens to his mother.