me la dio
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (feminine) (third person singular)
a. he gave it to me (masculine)
Dice papá que tienes tú la llave. - Sí, me la dio, pero no sé dónde la puse.Dad says you have the key. - Yes, he gave it to me, but I don't know where I put it.
b. she gave it to me (feminine)
¿Por qué te dio María su falda? - Me la dio porque no la lleva nunca.Why did Maria give you her skirt? - She gave it to me because she never wears it.
c. it give it to me
Abuelo, ¿esa medalla te la dio el ejército? - Sí, me la dio en 1945, al final de la guerra.Grandad, did the army give you that medal? - Yes, it gave it to me in 1945, at the end of the war.
d. gave it to me
¿Te compraste una sortija? - No, mi novio me la dio. La heredó de su abuela.Did you buy a ring? - No, my boyfriend gave it to me. He inherited it from his grandmother.
2. (feminine)
A word or phrase used to refer to the second person formal “usted” by their conjugation or implied context (e.g. usted).
(second person singular)
a. you gave it to me
¿Por qué lleva usted puesta mi pulsera? - Me la dio. ¿No se acuerda?Why are you wearing my bracelet? - You gave it to me. Don't you remember?
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