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Do your hair.

Comb your hair.

Do your teeth.

Brush your teeth.

Please correct my sentences. Also please tell me if there is any difference between "Do your hair" and "Comb your hair" and "Do your teeth" and "Brush your teeth".
Comments  
Comb and brush are more specific tasks.

"Do" is broader. Depending on context,

"Do your hair." could also mean:
Wash your hair.
Dry your hair.
Cut your hair.
Style your hair.
Color your hair.

"Do your teeth." could also mean:
Get artificial fangs.
Pick your teeth.
Floss your teeth.
Polish your teeth.
Whiten your teeth.
ArvsworldComb and brush are more specific tasks. "Do" is broader. Depending on context, "Do your hair." could also mean: Wash your hair. Dry your hair. Cut your hair. Style your hair. Color your hair. "Do your teeth." could also mean: Get artificial fangs. Pick your teeth. Floss your teeth. Polish your teeth. Whiten your teeth.
Thank you very much Arvsworld. I got it.
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I comb your hair.