He gave in.
He gave it to me.
I gave him a book.
Tom gave me a pen.
I gave Mary a book.
She gave it to him.
They gave it to me.
She gave him a book.
She gave up smoking.
He gave me 10,000 yen.
He gave me a bad cold.
I gave him my address.
I gave my cold to him.
I gave him a few books.
She gave him a present.
She gave him a sweater.
She gave him some food.
I gave him a gold watch.
My uncle gave me a book.
We gave him up for dead.
I gave in to her demands.
My uncle gave me his car.
She gave him a big smile.
The doctor gave it to her.
The soldier gave his name.
She gave him the brush off.
I gave it to the little boy.
My uncle gave his car to me.
She gave him a lot of money.
She gave him a nice present.
She gave him his first kiss.
Tom finally gave up smoking.
He gave in to the temptation.
He gave it to me for nothing.
She gave him a piece of paper.
What was it that you gave him?
I gave her all the money I had.
I gave my seat to the old lady.
The boss gave us all a day off.
She gave him an expensive watch.
She gave him something to drink.
She gave me a wonderful present.
She gave me a book for Christmas.
She gave me a nice pair of shoes.
He gave me a good piece of advice.
He gave us quite a lot of trouble.
She gave me a bag made of leather.
She gave him money as well as food.
She gave him something hot to drink.
She gave him something cold to drink.
She herself gave him something to eat.
I gave him a ride in my car last night.
She gave him a sweater on his birthday.
She gave him all the money that she had.
My grandfather gave me a birthday present.
Jane gave me the same present as Wendy did.
The old man gave me a useful piece of advice.
I gave her my word I would be back home by nine.
I gave my sister a pearl necklace on her birthday.
He gave an explanation about why he had been absent.
Tom gave up running for mayor after pleading guilty to drunken driving.
A few years ago, on Mother's Day, I gave my stepmother a locket as a present.
After she lost her job, she couldn't afford to feed her dogs, so she gave them away.