"Nossa chefe nos deu a programação para a semana."
Tradução:Our boss gave us the schedule for the week.
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- Verb 'Give' is Intransitive or Transitive verb.
- Direct Object answers the question "what" or "who"
Indirect Object answers the question "to whom"or "for whom"
What did the boss give? "The schedule".
- To whom? "To us".
"Our boss gave the schedule to us for the week" - or you can write this way - "Our boss gave us the schedule for the week".
Answering you question: The preposition 'TO' is using in these cases:
- The Preposition 'To' for Movement
- 'To' as Time Expression
- 'From'/'To' Time Expressions
- 'To' in Phrasal Verbs
- 'To' as Infinitive of Purpose
- Linking Phrases With 'To'
So, "give + the week" is not a: movement; time expression; phrasal verbs; linking; neither infinite verb... so in this case we use 'FOR'.
I hope I could explain well and right.
"The week schedule" is incorrect.
"The week's schedule" and "the schedule for the week" are both correct. They are both valid ways of making the noun "week" possessive and mean exactly the same thing. Using a noun as an adjective can sometimes be used in place of a possessive but in this case it sounds wrong to a native speaker.