My brother gave me a watch.
Hangzhou left a very good impression on me.
His uncle gave him a pen.
instill new vitality into enterprises
Don't allow him to have a look.
He didn't let it be known that he was ill.
auxiliary word(used before a verb for emphasis)
got wet in the rain
My brother broke the vase.
I may forget because of my poor memory.
She has had her bicycle repaired.
prep.(used to introduce the recipient of an action) for, to
He's apologized to me.
tell stories to the children
Sorry to have troubled you.
He serves as an interpreter for us.
prep.(followed by 我 in the imperative sentence for emphasis)
prep.(used in passive sentences to introduce either the doer of the action or the action if the doer isn’t mentioned) by; with
The flowers got wet in the rain.
I clean forgot it.
The newspaper was blown away by the wind.
prep.(used after a verb indicating the handing over of something)
I've handed the letter to him.
Each soldier was issued a rifle.
She passed me the salt.
pass him something
Words and phrases with 给
- NoteWhen prounced as "jǐ", "给" means supply. Today, it an not be used alone. It can only be grouped with other morphemes, such as "配给", "自给自足"; when reading "gěi", it can be used alone, such as "给我一本书 ".