"She reads him the newspaper."
Translation:Hun læser ham avisen.
Where does the "for" come in one of the right answers? o_o "Hun læser avisen for ham." ?
If she was reading it "for" him it would mean she is reading it in front of him.
I would say that "til" means that she's reading it for him to hear, and "for" means that she's reading it instead of him reading it himself (so "for ham"="on his behalf")