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Can you give it to me?" or "Can you give me it?"
"I'll send it to you" or "I'll send you it"
When verbs are followed by two objects, the first object (the indirect object) is usually a person or a group of people and the second object (the direct object) is usually a thing:
Here are some of the most common verbs with the for + indirect object formulation:
He poured me a drink.
He poured drinks for everybody in the room.
She found me a two-bedroom flat.
She found suitable accommodation for all the French tourists who arrived last night.
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