Namely, for instance, when I say: She gives to him a gift, or with other verbs. Is the preposition an obligation in some verbs?
why not say it simply into: She gives him a gift.
If you wish to know more about the preposition "to" be sure to check this slide:
To use the modal verb 'must' when you talk about the past.
When do you use mich vs mir? Also why is it "Mir ist kalt" instead of "Ich bin kalt"?
Generating questions for collocations
What does "before it fades to black" mean?
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