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I don't think anyone would be able to distinguish il l'a fait and il la fait phonetically. In spoken French, the pronoun il is often reduced to a single [i] so both sentences would be pronounced the same way: Il l'a fait → Y l'a fait → [i.la.fɛ] or [i.la.fe]. Il la fait → Y la fait →            // On the other hand, a ...


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[fə.zɔ̃] is the usual pronunciation in France. Faire has a highly irregular pronunciation. The letters ai are pronounced /ə/ in : the nous form of the present indicative. all the forms in the imperfect indicative. In this other answer @Gilles explains that this strange pronunciation might have its origin in the fact that in the 17th century the people ...


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