"Tenemos un regalo para ti."
Translation:We have a present for you.
Because the "you" here is the indirect object of the sentence, rather than the subject.
The direct object here, by the way, is the gift; if "you" were the direct object instead, that'd be "te":
- Te presento a ella. = I present [introduce] you to her.
Thanks you!. Do you know of of link where I can look into direct/indirect pronouns further. I think that 'El' and 'ella' remain the same. 'me'/'mi' ...? I'd like to see this all presented in one place.
Here you go!
Hope this helps! :)
Interestingly Duo uses the word, present in the answer. In other cases they only allow gift, and mark present wrong. Inconsistent.