"I do not give you a book, I give you a cat."
Translation:Ție nu îți dau o carte, eu îți dau ție o pisică.
Is it always necessary to repeat the pronouns in each half of this type of sentence - or is it just because it is the stressed form?
Well you don't have to repeat the pronoun from the end from this sentense, it shows again that I give YOU a cat (i don't scream that "you")
But would that emphasis already be implied due to the repeated pronoun, in the first half of the sentence? Or do both halves need 2 pronouns when we are emphasis who we are giving something to?
Can somebody please tell me, why eu îți dau ție? Why not eu ție dau o pisică?
Because "eu îți dau" means "i give you. We don't say often that "ție" from the end. And what you sayd means " I you give a cat ". I hope I answered what you wanted to know (°~°)