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To say you do something on purpose in French, you use the expression "faire exprès (de)"
Note that it never means "to do something quick/express"
"Faire exprès de" + infinitive = To (do something) on purpose
Remember that as a (+avoir) verb in Le Passé Composé, the past participle of faire doesn't agree with the subject of the verb:
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Avec tous les indices subtils qui croisent ton chemin depuis 3 semaines,
il faut vraiment le faire exprès!
With all the subtle hints crossing your path over the last 3 weeks,
you'd really have to do it on purpose!