se lo doy
1. (third person singular) 
¿Sueles llevar el correo al despacho de tu jefe? - No, se lo doy cuando lo veo.Do you usually take the mail to your boss's office? - No, I give it to him when I see him.
Si se lo doy, los demás niños lo querrán también.If I give it to her, the other children will want it as well.
A veces les doy algo de dinero a mis nietos y, cuando se lo doy a Óscar, se pone contentísimo.Sometimes I give some money to my grandchildren, and when I give it to Oscar, he's really happy.
Juan preguntó por su tupperware. - Dile que lo vacío en un plato y se lo doy.Juan asked about his Tupperware. - Tell him I'll empty it onto a plate and I'll give it to him.
Tengo que devolverle este libro a Ana. - Si quieres se lo doy, porque he quedado con ella esta tarde.I have to return this book to Ana. - If you want to, I'll give it to her because I'm meeting her this afternoon.
Me debes dinero. - Sí, es verdad. Se lo doy a Ramón para que él te lo dé a ti.You owe me money. - Yes, that's true. I'll give it to Ramon so that he can give it to you.
2. (formal) (second person singular) 
Me encanta ese geranio. - Si se lo doy, ¿me promete cuidarlo?I love that geranium. - If I give it to you, do you promise to look after it?
¡Qué suéter tan bonito! - Apenas me lo pongo. Si le gusta tanto, se lo doy.What a beautiful sweater! - I hardly ever wear it. If you like it so much, I'll give it to you.
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