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Neither means "what do you mean" (Qu'est-ce que tu veux dire ?). The first one, "Qu'est-ce qui te fait le dire ?" can't be but a question: "What makes you say it?" The second one, "Ce qui te fait le dire", is a statement and is usually a part of a whole sentence like "C'est ce qui te fait le dire": "It ...


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