check my grammer and suggest

@1anurag1 (3581)
India
October 2, 2009 1:50pm CST
If i want to write that- a person was the cause that i did something which sentence is grammatically correct 1- he made me done this. 2- he made me do this. what is the meaning of both sentences. i think first one is also correct but some one pointed out and made me confused. suggest me
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@Tantrums (949)
• Philippines
2 Oct 09
The correct one would be "he made me do this"... you might get confused more if I'll explain the subject-verb agreement...
@1anurag1 (3581)
• India
2 Oct 09
if i want to say 1--"i get my watch repaired by mechanic." this is correct. in this way i think if i use this as "sub+verb+object+verb 3rd form" the same as 2--"you made me done this." what is wrong there in second sentence. I am 100% correct in first sentence.
@anurag3786 (6275)
• India
3 Oct 09
i think..first is right... but there sre some confusion in second sentence.. so please check it..:)
@hexeduser22 (5856)
• Philippines
2 Oct 09
I think sentence to is more correct for the reason that the word used as a verb is the word "made" and not the "do". Sorry I cannot explain it pretty well but I think somehow I got the point. Hope I helped