Example sentences of "that [pron] [modal v] give [pers pn] " in BNC.

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1 Mortified , inwardly seething with fury at this last suggestion , Caroline had endured Roman 's taunting smile as he 'd wryly assured his hostess that nothing would give him greater pleasure …
2 And I only hope that in the end our roads will become so clogged with all these fume-belching cars and lorries that everyone will give them up and start going by train again .
3 All of them would live more happily if they and the world remained in ignorance , and to try to achieve that I would give them the one gift I could .
4 I handed over my life 's savings and promised that I would give her the other nineteen and six before the year was up .
5 I 'll tell you give him a ring , tell him that you 've given me his , the telephone number and he should expect that I 'll give him a call in the next week
6 If you come up with that sort of material , then the American and English newspapers will publish an interview that I 'll give them ’ .
7 And I 've got a little chart that I 'll give you to do that on .
8 Er what we 'll do is that I 'll give you another eight of these , now if they 're a lot better just s give a ring in
9 On the other hand , if you report all to me it may be that I shall give you money .
10 And he uses a picture , he says , look , you 're gon na come and you 're , you 're drawing this water and you 're gon na come back tomorrow and get some more , and the next day you 'll come with your jugs and have some more water , and that 's the story of your life , coming back again , and again , and again but the , the water that I will give you , that wo n't be an external source outside of you , that 's gon na be within you !
11 The best answer that I can give him is that the fact that Mr. Thorpe had available to him the escape route of appealing to a health authority elsewhere in the country meant that the process was not carried to its conclusion in north Devon .
12 Now , I want the best for you , the best that I can give you , because in a way you belong to me now , and Ben there . ’
13 ‘ Oh , you were always a fool , Neil , always — a fool to think that I would be content to live on nothing with a younger son and a fool to reject me now that I can give you the life which you ought to be living . ’
14 When I said to you earlier erm there 's several ways in which you can help me now the main way you can help me is erm is er the way I do , the way I prefer to do business is by personal recommendations and you 've seen the service that I can give you , you 've seen , we 've been through your , your personal situation , your financial situation , have you found that of benefit ?
15 That I was n't in love with Nicola — which was true — and that I 'd give her up . ’
16 Erm , first of all I did promise to you that I 'd give you some idea of the sort of material would be on next week 's erm multiple guess questions , okay ?
17 She promised to find something else to sell me , and said that she would give me a ring .
18 They made an agreement that she would give them her left-over flowers for their shops .
19 There was no way that she would give him the satisfaction of seeing her emerge later in the evening with puffy red eyes .
20 I now believe that she will give me a lift this evening , and this belief is justified .
21 Do I know that she will give me a lift ?
22 He sang in the words of the aria that she should give him her hand and put his out to her , but she pretended not to understand .
23 Now he was insisting that she should give him the dress she was wearing to pay off the debt .
24 Signora Puglia was consulted and she suggested that she should give me private lessons after school to bring me up to the standard of the others .
25 Now she thought that she could give it up for three weeks in the Italian sun .
26 His silence encouraged her to be even more frank , and , looking to where the moonlight caught the line of his strong jaw , she said , ‘ I know you appreciate the help I 've given by stepping in to take Stella 's place , and for that reason I doubt that you would give me the sack — or tell me to go .
27 I said , while you adopt them that you 'd give them your conditions we 're getting nowhere .
28 so if you had a date in November that you could give me , time to get people together
29 However , I am doing as the Daily Mirror suggested , and am contacting you in the hope that you can give me the answer .
30 ‘ How would it be if I returned your gift so that you can give it at the door ? ’
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