Would you please give me a piece of paper?能给我一张纸吗？
He give me a box in which to keep the toy.他给了我一个装着玩具的盒子。
He gives generously to the poor.他慷慨地施舍给穷人。
I’m giving all my friends books for Christmas.我在圣诞节要向所有的朋友赠书。
He gave a bunch of flowers to his girlfriend.他送给女友一束花。
He is willing to stand in and give ten yuan to the funds.他愿意参加这一活动并捐助十元。
Can you give me any information on this matter?关于此事，你能给我提供什么消息吗？
The sun gives us warmth and light.太阳供给我们温暖和光。
The bass was to give a concert in the park.那位男低音歌唱家将在公园中举行音乐会。
I’m giving a dinner party next Friday evening; would you like to come?下星期五晚上我举行宴会，您肯赏光吗？
The branch began to give under his weight.他身体的重量把树枝压弯了。
This rope has too much give in it.这条绳子弹性太大.
There is no give in a stone floor.石头铺的地面毫无弹性。
It’s more blessed to give than to receive.
He gives freely to the poor.
Most people give to some charity at Christmas.
He gives generously.
This chair gives comfortably.
The branch began to give under his weight.
The hook suddenly gave and a hundred and fifty empty bottles tumbled onto the floor.
The leather will give when you have been wearing the shoes a few weeks.
This surface will give if you sit on it.
This army never gives.
He wasn’t the cleverest member of the committee, but he always gave of his best—a hard worker with sincere intentions.
The door will give under the slightest pressure.
She gave a correct answer.
Cows give milk.
This mine gives coal.
Land gives crops.
The most careful research on these lines has given no result.
This book gives few details.
The letter gave surprising news.
In the book he gave a profound analysis of the political struggle inside the party.
Many people have given their lives in the cause of truth.
She gave a long sigh.
She gave a glance at the portrait of her mother.
She gave a sudden shout of surprise.
The lamp gave a very bad light.
He gave fifty pounds for the painting.
My clock gives the right time.
He gives lessons in music.
A foreign guest is giving a lecture in English this afternoon.
They gave their lives for their country.
The following evening a party was given for him by his parents.
S+～+ n./pron. +to- v
I would give the world to have my health restored.
She gave the whole afternoon to babysitting.
He would have given anything to be friends with Rose.
I would give anything to know what happened.
用作双宾动词S+～+ pron./n. + n./pron.
I gave him a watch on his birthday.
He gave me a handsome present.
They gave him the first prize.
I should like to give him a chance.
The teachers will give him extra help.
I can give you anything but that.
Animals give us meat, milk, wool and leather.
The sun gives the earth light and warmth.
Give me five minutes and I’ll come up with a solution to the problem.
You should give him another ten minutes, or he will not finish his work.
My leg gives me much pain.
He forgot to give the date.
The judge gave the thief two years’ imprisonment.
You’ve given me your cold.
My daughter gives me much pleasure.
The news gave us great joy.
When I first met him, he gave me the impression of being proud.
I hope my son will not give you much trouble.
He gave the garden a good watering.
Just before the frost, we gave the land a good watering.
The farmhands gave the landlord a sound beating.
She gave him a pound for his help.
I was given a book.
Children in large families are often given responsibilities when they are very young.
S+～+ n./pron. +to pron./n.
Please give my regards to your mother.
Give your whole mind to the question.
Give an eye to the fire while I’m out, won’t you?
One boy can give measles to a whole school.
She gives all her time to her family.
These tickets were given to us free of charge.
用作宾补动词S+～+ n./pron. +as n.
They gave the number as 72.
He gave it as his opinion that all men are alike.
S+～+ n./pron. +to- v
They gave me to make up my mind in a week.
They gave me to understand they would wait for me, but they left without me.
I’ll give him to understand that ordinary links must be subordinated to the key points, and the parts to the whole.
He gave me to understand that this work was done by him.
They were also given the opportunity to do some operations.
I was given to understand that he was ill.
其他v -ed as Attrib.
The work must be done with the given time.
Do the exercises given below.
v -ed as Adverb.
Given health, the thing can be done.
Given a few more months, the whole situation will become still better.
Given the same treatment again, he is sure to get well.
Given the opportunity she might well have become an outstanding artist.
Given determination and perseverance, it can be realized step by step.
Given normal weather, they will raise the output by another ten percent.
用作动词(v.)give and take互让,互相迁就; 平等交换 make mutual concessions; exchange on an even basis
give away (v.+adv.)(在婚礼仪式中)将新娘交给新郎 in a marriage ceremony, present the bride ritually to the bridegroom
give sth ⇔ away
She decided to give these old clothes away .
We have invited a famous former student to give away the prizes.
He only gave away a small part of his fortune.
give sth ⇔ away to sb/sth
He gave away most of his fortune to the poor.
He gave away a lot of clothes to the people of the flooded area.
They gave away a large sum of money to the people of a poverty-stricken area.
give sb/sth ⇔ away
He didn’t want to give his comrades away.
Don’t give away the ending of the story.
He was arrested for having given away state secrets.
He was given away by one of his accomplices.
give sth ⇔ away
You’ve given away a good chance of success.
give sb ⇔ away
Mr. Jackson gave away his daughter.
give back (v.+adv.)后退 stand back
give sb/sth ⇔ back
It isn’t mine; I must give it back to the owner.
I hope that the holiday will give back my good spirits.
Living here has given me back my health.
He asked for, but never was given back, his Olympic Prizes.
Give back there, the express is due.
The soldier around the door gave back to let the general through.
give forth (v.+adv.)发出,发表 send forth; emit; issue
give forth sth
On summer evenings the flowers gave forth an almost intoxicating scent.
She gave forth the same view at the meeting.
give in (v.+adv.)交; 上交; 递交; 呈送 give sth to a person who is authorized to receive it; hand in
He will soon give in because he cannot win the game.
One shouldn’t give in while he or she stands and sees.
The demonstrators were compelled to give in to the police.
As neither management nor labor would give in, the union organized a strike.
The argument went on for hours as neither side would give in.
give sth ⇔ in
All papers should be given in before 12 o’clock.12
give it to (v.+pron.+prep.)惩罚; 揍; 责备 punish; beat or scold
give it to sb
I gave it to him hot.
I’ll give it to you when I catch you.
Ann’s mother gave it to her for being late.
give off (v.+adv.)发出; 放出; 散发出; 放射出 send out, or emit (especially a liquid, gas, or smell)
When nitric acid is poured on copper, a brown vapour gives off.
give sth ⇔ off
The liquid gave off a strong smell.
The market was full of salted fish, giving off the worst smell.
The chimney gives off a lot of harmful gases.
The fire that broke out in the plant during the night was still seen giving off a lot of smoke the next morning.
give or take或多或少; 左右 more or less; plus or minus
give out (v.+adv.)停止起作用 cause to stop function; fail
give sth ⇔ out
The English teacher gave out the examination papers at 7:50.
A young woman standing at the door gave out leaflets to all those who entered the hall.
Over a thousand copies of the pamphlet have now been given out.
give sth ⇔ out
The minister gave out the wrong number of the rooms.
The news of the event was given out over the radio.
give out that-clause
The announcer gave out that the 3:30 train to Manchester would start from Platform 4.
It was given out that the strikers had decided to return to work, and place their dispute in the hands of their union.
He plans to stay there until his money gives out.
When we were only a few miles from our destination the petrol gave out.
It was feared that food supplies would give out before the besieged town could be relieved.
We had hardly started from home when the engine gave out.
Ever since I sprained my ankle I have been unable to walk very far, as I never know when it will give out.
give over (v.+adv.)交付; 交出 hand over
I hope the rain will soon give over.
give sth ⇔ over
It’s about time you gave over that kind of conduct.
give over v-ing
I have given over trying to convince him.
give sth/sb ⇔ over to sb
He gave over charge of his office to his successor today.
We gave him over to the police.
give up (v.+adv.)泄露 reveal or disclose
I can’t answer that puzzle; I give up.
I give up, tell me the end of the story.
give sth ⇔ up
He has given up the idea.
She gave up her job to look after her sick mother.
It was puzzling that when presented with a chance to study in Paris for a year,Jane should have given it up.
Bad habits are not easily given up.
give up v-ing
Have you given up drinking whisky before breakfast?
I advised him to give up smoking altogether.
give sb/oneself/sth ⇔ up
We had to give up the castle to the enemy.
If you catch the escaped prisoner, will you give him up to the police?
After hiding in the woods for weeks, the criminal gave himself up.
give sb ⇔ up
His pulse was so weak that the doctor gave him up as dead.
When Mary didn’t come by nine o’clock, we gave her up.
I had already given John up, when suddenly he walked in.
give sth ⇔ up
The criminal has given up the names of his accomplices.
give a cough咳嗽一声
give a cry叫喊一声
give a dinner设宴
give a garden party开游园会
give a good account of oneself表现优异〔英勇〕
give a jump跳了一下
give a kick踢一脚
give a lecture开演讲会
give a look看一看
give a loud laugh大笑一声
give a play上演一剧
give a ring打了一个电话
give a shout叫一声
give a start大吃一惊
give a try试一试
give the gun加速
give sb a hand援助; 赞许
give sb a piece of one’s mind责难,责骂
give sb the cold shoulder待人冷淡
give sb the gate解雇,放弃
give sb the slip溜走
give the city a new look使这个城市面目一新
give away a secret泄露秘密
give a friend away出卖朋友
give away one’s comrades出卖同志
give oneself away暴露自己,露马脚
give away to sb向某人让步
give sb back an angry look回瞪某人一眼
give sb back his health使某人恢复健康
give sth back to sb把某物归还给某人
give in to sb对某人让步,迁就某人
give off heat发热
give off light发光
give off smoke冒出烟
give out a sweet smell吐出芬芳
give out assignment布置作业
give out the examination papers分发试卷
give out the news宣布消息
give over a mode of life放弃一种生活方式
give over a package to sb’s keeping把包裹交某人保管
give oneself over to drinking纵酒
give oneself up to投降,自首,专心致志(于)
give oneself up to the police向警察局投案自首
give up a secret泄露秘密
give up all hope放弃一切希望
give up halfway半途而废
give up job辞去工作
give up life献出生命
give up one’s arms缴械
give up school辍学
give up seat to sb把座位让给某人
give up smoking戒烟
give sb sth as a present给某人某物作为礼物
give cause for是…的原因,引起
give money for sth花钱买某物
give one’s life for the country为国捐躯
give one’s answers in English用英语回答
give one’s daughter in marriage嫁女儿
give of one’s best尽自己最大的努力
give on to the street(窗)正对着大街
give colour to使…生色
give oneself to专心致力于,沾染上
give place to让位于
give tongue to one’s doubts about说出对…有怀疑
give way to让位于,对…让步,给…让路,向…妥协
give wide berth to避免
give是常用动词,词义丰富,用法复杂,构词能力强; 其基本的词义是“给”。give作及物动词时可接名词或代词作宾语,也可接双宾语,其间接宾语有时可转换为介词to的宾语,还可接动词不定式或以“as+ n. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。
give的过去分词常用作定语,多前置,构成过去分词短语时则一般后置。过去分词短语作状语时表示完成或被动的意义,作“假定; 容许; 如果有…”解。
习语give it me主要用在英国, give it to me则多用在美国,是正式用法。