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:
A definition of the phrase "be woven to"
Definition of the phrase "be woven to"
Grammar in/on explanation
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What does it mean when someone say something "fails" them?
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