She made me doing all the dishes.

She made her son heard classical music.

She made her known in the public.

She made her son understood all her rules.

She made me go out with to French cuisine.

Are they OK?

Thank you
made me, made them, made him, made her, and similar groupings are never followed by an -ing word.

made me do, made them go, made him wash, etc. These are the forms you want. How about if you try these again?

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She made me do all her laundry.

She made them go to school

She made him wash the dishes.

Thank you very much Califjim
You got it! I guess I made you see the light! Emotion: smile