The English verbs DO and MAKE are frequently confused.
DO - an action you don't mention by name; mostly mental work; mostly reffered to the topic "work".
examples: to do an exam, to do homework, to do shopping, to do exercise, to do a project, etc.
MAKE - to create something (you often use your hands)
examples: to make a phone call, to make money, to make lunch, to make coffee, to make friends, etc.