«Faire de qqn» proved to be a difficult expression to track down anywhere. It was suggested by deepL - but without any explanation, of course. Looking at questions below, it seems others have pondered over this as well.
A hint here that it is literally 'make of me' would be very useful. Of course, in English we usually leave 'of' out, and just say 'make me', or move the words around to 'make (something) of me'.
Freeform Writing Exercise B1
Thank you for pointing this out! A hint has now been added.
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
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