Saying "this has/it has in French
Im thinking "cela a" but I cant see that sounding clear when speaking fast, also im not sure when to use "il a" for an object, but it sounds more clear to listen to. So whats the best way to say this has/it has?
And 'Ceci a' (formal). 'Ceci' and 'cela' correspond to 'this' and 'that' in formal French, but they are not used in spoken French. We use 'ça' for both, instead.
How do you pronounce 'ça a'? I haven't noticed it when listening to french. Also, il a is used for describing an object, correct?
Yes, but 'il' is also the impersonal subject. Ex: 'Aujourdh'ui, il a plu/il a fait beau/il a neigé' ('Today, it rained/the weather was good/it snowed'). 'Il' is also used for an object of the masculine gender and for a male person.
In 'ça a', both a's are pronounced. If you only pronounce one, it changes the meaning or it sounds stupid (depending on the following word).