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 /gěi/ is the only preposition that we sometimes place after the verb



I wanna tell you a story.
我 想 给 你 讲 故事。
Wǒ xiǎng gěi nǐ jiǎng gùshì.
Will you tell her?
你 要 不 要 给 她 说?
<Nǐ yàobuyao gěi tā shuō?>
He bought me flowers.
他 给 我 买 了 一 束 花。
Tā gěi wǒ mǎile yī shù huā.
Here you are.
给 你。
<Gěi nǐ.>
I want to play one song for you.
我 想 给 你 听 一首 歌。
<Wǒ xiǎng gěi nǐ tīng yī shǒu gē.>
I've bought her a very expensive present.
我 给 她 买 了 很 贵 的 礼物。
<Wǒ gěi tā mǎile hěn guì de lǐwù.>
I will call you tomorrow morning.
我 明天 上午 要 打电话 给 你。
<Wǒ míngtiān shàngwǔ yào dǎ diànhuà gěi nǐ.>
I plan to call her tomorrow.
我 打算 明天 给 他 打 电话。
Wǒ dǎsuàn míngtiān gěi tā dǎ diànhuà.
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