to pass something to someone (for free), to do something for someone (for free)
Past Participle form
Every Christmas I give my children a socking filled with presents
My friend gives guitar lessons at the local school.
A: Can I give you some advice?
B: Of course.
A: Don't wear pink and red together.
B: Oh. Thanks.
For his last birthday I gave my son some football boots.
My sister gave her daughter a necklace for Christmas.
A: What's your news?
B: My teacher gave me an A for my homework.
A: Wow. That's great news.
I'm giving singing lessons at the local care home.
The teacher is giving us extra homework because we didn't listen in the lessons.
A: What are you giving John for his birthday?
B: I don't know yet. Maybe a new jumper.
A: You did that last time.
B: I know and he liked it.
He's given me a headache.
She has given all her employees the day off.
A: Have you given anyone flowers?
B: No, sadly I haven't.
A: That is sad.
B: It is.