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I don't recognise this phrase to be the same one I learnt in class is it inaccurate or should it be something else? The phrase i want in french is It makes me laugh. Thanks

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Yes it is a correct sentence, although a little familiar.

Step-by-step rundown:

"Ça" is the contracted, familiar form of "cela", which means "that, it".

"me" could be placed after the verb as "moi" : "Cela fait rire moi". It is not correct french, but keeps the Subject-Verb-Object (SVO) syntax.

"faire rire" is directly translatable as "make laugh".

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