Do you know the verb envoyer? It means to send.
envoyer /on vwa yeah/ LISTEN
Here is how you conjugate it in the Present tense:
(I send – You send – He/she sends – One/Us guys send – We send – You guys send – They send)
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Just as in English, you must always use it with its object. Meaning you mention what it is you are sending. You can’t say “I send” on its own in (proper) English; same thing in French.
I send a letter I send an email I send a gift
Saying whom you are sending this to is, however, optional. If you do, you must use the preposition “à”.
I send a letter to my friend
… Or you could learn how to use the pronoun.
To me To you To him/her To us To you guys To them
You must place the pronoun before the verb.
I’ve got the ball.
I want the ball!
I throw the ball to you.
I throw the ball at her.
I threw the ball to (/at) her.
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