se la da

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se la da
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person singular)
a. he gives it (masculine)
Andy agarra la última hamburguesa y se la da a su perro.Andy grabs the last hamburger and gives it to his dog.
b. she gives it (feminine)
La abuela saca una golosina de su bolsillo y se la da a su nieto.The grandmother takes a piece of candy out of her pocket, and she gives it to her grandson.
c. gives it
Ian compra una torta adicional y se la da al indigente que está sentado afuera.Ian buys an extra sandwich, and gives it to the homeless person sitting outside.
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. he gives it to you
Estoy esperando que el mensajero traiga una carta. Si se la da, déjeme saber.I'm waiting for the courier to bring a letter. If he gives it to you, let me know.
b. she gives it to you
Digamos que le pide su dirección de correo electrónico y ella se la da. ¿Le escribirías?Let's say that you ask for her email and she gives it to you. Would you write to her?
c. gives it to you
Necesito la llave de la oficina. Sé que Marcos se la da todos los días, pero hay otros arreglos para mañana.I need the key to the office. I know Marcos gives it to you every day, but that won't work tomorrow.
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