In English we do homework not make homework and we make breakfast not do breakfast. These examples are collocations, groups of words that go together. Other examples of collocations are:
Come to a decision
Because there are no fixed rules with collocations it can take a lot of practice to become familiar with how they are used. There is often no reason why words collate, some words are just often put together. The problem with collocations is that the meaning cannot be guessed from looking at part of it. For example, we make a mistake, not do a mistake. There is no clear reason why we use make instead of do with mistake.
In each of these sentences decide which is the correct verb collocation, save, go or come.