Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Give"

I give up.
Don't give up!
Give it to her.
Give it to him.
Give me a break!
Give me five days.
I give you my word.
Give me just a little.
Will you give me some?
Do you give to charity?
Give it to me straight.
Please give him a call.
Don't give up the fight.
Give me a cup of coffee.
Give me another example.
I don't want to give up.
Give me a bottle of wine.
Give me a coffee, please.
Give me the same, please.
Come on! Give me a chance.
Give me a definite answer.
Give that book back to me.
I will give you this book.
Please give me a hamburger.
Please give me some coffee.
You should give up smoking.
Could you give me a discount?
She wouldn't give him a gift.
Would you give me a discount?
You'd better give up smoking.
Give me something to write on.
Give me your telephone number.
When will they give a concert?
Who will you give the book to?
Why don't you give up smoking?
Please give me a cup of coffee.
Please give me a glass of water.
Please give me a sheet of paper.
She will give a party next week.
Give me a glass of water, please.
I advised him to give up smoking.
He didn't give me anything to eat.
I have a nice present to give you.
I was asked to give you a message.
Nothing can force me to give it up.
She advised him to give up smoking.
She advised him to give up drinking.
She asked him to give her some money.
Could you give me change for a dollar?
Please give me something hot to drink.
She wouldn't give him the time of day.
Could you give me a ride to the station?
Let's give Tom a surprise welcome party.
Did you give a copy of the disk to anyone?
She was advised by him to give up smoking.
She couldn't convince him to give a speech.
She was advised by him to give up drinking.
How much did they give you for your old car?
I will give you a bicycle for your birthday.
Please give me a piece of paper to write on.
Are you sure that you want to give this away?
She was ready to give him back all his money.
Could you give me a lift to the train station?
I like to give gifts to my family and friends.
You may give this picture to whoever wants it.
She suggested that I give it to him right away.
You've got to give up gambling once and for all.
I think it's time for me to give her a ride home.
I just got up. Give me a few minutes to get ready.
I don't feel well. Could you give me some medicine?
I'll give you five minutes to work out this problem.
You may give this photograph to anyone who wants it.
She tells him to give her all of his salary and he does.
I can't believe you're going to give away all your money.
I never imagined I'd be able to give a concert in Boston.
I think it's time for me to give up on this relationship.
Tom decided to give up city life and live in the country.
I give up. No matter what I do, you never seem to be satisfied.
Daddy, I can't walk any more. Could you give me a piggyback ride?
She advised him to give up smoking, but he wouldn't listen to her.
They agree that they have no choice but to give up the whole plan.
She was unable to completely give up her dream of traveling abroad.
Every time cigarettes go up in price, many people try to give up smoking.
I'll get in touch with Tom by telephone tomorrow and ask him to give us a hand.
She got the money from him even though he said that he wouldn't give it to her.
She bought him a dog. However, he was allergic to dogs, so they had to give it away.
She asked him to give her some money so she could go to a restaurant with her friends.


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