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sòng gěi
v. send, give as a present
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How is 送给 (sòng gěi) used in a sentence?
送给 (sòng gěi) is a commonly used phrase in Chinese that means "to send" or "to give as a present". It is made up of two characters: 送 (sòng), which means "to send" or "to give", and 给 (gěi), which means "to" or "for".

In Chinese culture, giving gifts is an important way to show appreciation, gratitude, and respect. Therefore, 送给 (sòng gěi) is often used when talking about giving gifts or presents to someone.

For example:

- 我要送给你一份礼物。(Wǒ yào sòng gěi nǐ yī fèn lǐwù.) - I want to give you a gift.

- 他送给我一束鲜花。(Tā sòng gěi wǒ yī shù xiānhuā.) - He sent me a bouquet of flowers.

In these examples, 送给 (sòng gěi) is used to indicate the action of giving or sending something to someone as a present or gift.
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