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More informal chats made/happened on Whatsapp.

Informal chats mostly made/happened on Whatsapp.

More business conversations made/happened on ZOOM.

Business conversations mostly made/happened on ZOOM.

Please check them. Can we say them generally?

Which one is natural "made" or "happened"?

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Do you have a reason for using the past tense?

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No, sorry. I should have used the simple present tense. They are happening regularly.

More informal chats make/happen on Whatsapp.

Informal chats mostly make/happen on Whatsapp.

More business conversations make/happen on ZOOM.

Business conversations mostly make/happen on ZOOM.


Please check "More, make and happen".

kumenglishMore informal chats

Are you comparing those with others that are more formal.

I'm not sure what exactly you're trying to say, and how you intend to use it.

I am trying to say that In this digital world, friends and families mostly prefer using WhatsApp(informal chats happen over there), and people who do business and work at the office/home prefer to use ZOOM to talk about their business proposal/transactions(Formal chats happen over there).

I just would like to know about the exact verb for their conversation as "happen/make" is in the original sentences.

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Try something like:

WhatsApp is mostly used for informal chats, whereas business/formal meetings/conversations are conducted over other apps such as Zoom.