The verb TO DO
The verb to do is represented by a hammer, a universal tool. We do lots of things with a hammer. The same picto means Action, Activity:
|To do, Action, Activity:
|I do many things at home:
The Plural is made with a short line at the end of the pictogram: __
The word MAN etc
A visible anatomical difference between man and woman are the feet. Men tend to have bigger feet than women. We take advantage of this difference, so we have:
Note: We often use the word Man when we actually mean People. We do it for simplicity.
The picto always refers to Person (of either sex, even if we call it Man).