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I gave it to him
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. se lo di a él (masculine)
Where's the last piece of pie? - Edward wanted it too, so I gave it to him.¿Dónde está el último pedazo de la tarta? - Edward lo quería también y se lo di a él.
b. se la di a él (feminine)
Who's got the ball? - I gave it to him.¿Quién tiene la pelota? - Se la di a él.
c. se lo di (masculine)
What happened to that toy? - I gave it to him, and he broke it.¿Qué le pasó a ese juguete? - Se lo di y lo rompió.
d. se la di (feminine)
What did you do with Owen's backpack? - I stopped by his house, and I gave it to him.¿Que hiciste con la mochila de Owen? - Pasé por su casa y se la di.
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