[i] I made her clean the room.
[ii] I make her cleaning the room.
We use this expression: somebody do something as [ii]. My asking is can we also use [ii] construction. It seems it can be. Say there’s a situation that my intention of her cleaning is not to clean the room but just to do it for a while, for funny task - you can see a little girl willingly to do the thing just for fun as a recreation; my intention is to do my own work for the while, while she is distracted: e.g: “I made her cleaning the room, while I was reading the letter.”