What do you usually use the internet for?
I need the internet to make more* and to get information. Of course I go shopping; here we have a wide selection. The internet is great.
* I think you mean "to do more". If you use the verb "make", then you have to say what you want to make. For example, "to make more money."
Remember that in English you cannot joint two main clauses with a comma. You must use a semi-colon (as I have done here) or a conjunction like "and", or make them separate sentences.
I need the internet to do a lot of different things and to get information. Of course I do a lot of shopping, out there, we have a wide selection.The internet is great.
machen hat bedeutet beide to do und to make. make = etwas produzieren, to do = eine aktivität ausführen
Many thanks for your help!