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I give the sofa to Maria. Doy el sofá a Maria.
I give the sofa to Maria. Lo doy a Maria.
I give the sofa to Maria. Le doy el sofá.
I give the sofa to Maria. Se lo doy.
I give the sofa to Maria. Lo doy a Maria. Le doy el sofá. Se lo doy.
I will give the sofa to Maria. future Daré el sofá a Maria.
I will give the sofa to Maria. future Lo daré a Maria.
I will give the sofa to Maria. future Le daré el sofá.
I will give the sofa to Maria. future Se lo daré.
I will give the sofa to Maria. future Lo daré a Maria. Le daré el sofá. Se lo daré.
IR + A + INFINITIVE IR + A ATTACHED TO INFINITIVE
I will give the sofa to Maria. Ir + a Voy a dar el sofá a Maria.
I will give the sofa to Maria. Ir + a Lo voy a dar a Maria.
I will give the sofa to Maria. Ir + a, attach Voy a darlo a Maria.
I will give the sofa to Maria. Ir + a Le voy a dar el sofá.
I will give the sofa to Maria. Ir + a, attach Voy a darle el sofá.
I will give the sofa to Maria. Ir + a Se lo voy a dar a Maria.
I will give the sofa to Maria. Ir + a, attach Voy a dárselo a Maria.
I will give the sofa to Maria. Ir + a Lo voy a dar a Maria. Voy a darlo a Maria. Le voy a dar el sofá. Voy a darle el sofá. Se lo voy a dar a Maria. Voy a dárselo a Maria.
I want to give you a chance. in front Te quiero dar una chanza.
I want to give you a chance. attached Quiero darte una chanza.
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