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How does "m'a" translate to English? Could this be a contraction of me + a (avoir)?

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    Without getting into the quality of your question, I'd suggest that it is extremely similar to one that has been asked and nicely answered very recently right here. – Papa Poule Mar 27 '15 at 23:08
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You can translate it that way: "Il m'a fait" can be read as: "Il a fait รก moi". It is only that it sounds better to the hear to say: Il m'a fait.

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  • I'll m'a vu(e) - lit. "he saw me", il m'a fait mal - lit. "he hurt me" – Vérace Apr 2 '15 at 18:24

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