Give + pronoun Sometimes there is a pronoun and a […]
Give + pronoun
Sometimes there is a pronoun and a noun after a verb such as give.
The pronoun usually comes before the noun.
Henry is very fond of Claire. He gave her some flowers.
We use her because Claire is mentioned earlier. Her comes before some flowers.
Henry bought some flowers. He gave them to Claire.
We use them because the flowers are mentioned earlier. Them comes before Claire.