The English meaning of 1 to2 for3 for the benefit of4 to give5 to allow6 to do sth (for sb)7 (grammatical equivalent of 被)8 (grammatical equivalent of 把)9 (sentence intensifier)
Accepting the other's norms is submitting to the other's power.
He gave me precise instructions to do the job.
Television has the advantage of providing sports fans with greater convenience.
He told us such a funny story that we all laughed.
I leave it in your hands what course of action to take.
I'll call you around five o'clock.
Some classmates saw me give him chocolate.
While you are reading to me, I can do my sewing.
The IMF ruled out any new loans to that country.
"Shall I have him call you when he gets back?" "Yes, please."
I'm at work now, so I'll call you later.
An uncle of mine gave me some useful advice.
Let's give the book to whoever wants it.
His acts of courage brought him glory.
Can you show me this skirt please?
She will give her picture to whoever wants it.
It would take me too much time to explain to you why it's not going to work.
My boss assigned the hard job to me.
Our teacher will give us difficult problems.
He gave us not only clothes but some money.
On his arrival in London, he sent me a telegram.
Be sure to drop us a line as soon as you get to London.