What is the difference between the following sentences?

  • Lui mi confonde.
  • Lui mi fa confondere.
  • "He confuses me"
  • It's an expression used to intend that he's making you lose a bit of your patience, maybe lose a bit of your time, that he's creating you a bit of a mental hassle; I wouldn't know how to translate it better. He's basically creating you problems, but not serious problems. Usually adults use it to describe not collaborative children and/or elder people.
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