What is wrong with "He gives food to me"?
Nothing. I reported that I think it is an acceptable translation.
I reported it too. The two sentences mean exactly the same thing.
Where is "to give" in this sentence?
"Él da" means "he gives". It is from "dar", which is "to give".
"Él me da" is "he gives me" or "he gives to me".
Got it. Thank you.
WHAT????????? how does it mean he gives me food! where is the GIVE and the ME!!!:X
da is the "el" conjugation of "to give" and "me" comes before "da" to indicate that I am the one receiving the food. So "me da" means "gives me"
thanks sooo much
Would 'Él dame comida' also be grammatically correct or is 'dame' more like a command?
Como debo saber donde uso los articulos? Por ejemplo por que en esta oracion no es ''la'' antes de la ''comida''?
would "he feeds me" be acceptable?
I'm thinking that would be "Él me da de comer".
And why not "he gives me a meal" as well
Why not "él da me comida"?
what is da?
It did not hear me correct