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Let's give him a big hand.
Let's give a big hand to him.
Let's applaud him.
Let's give him a round of applause.
Let's give a rould of applause to him.

(Are they all the same in meaning?)

  • English -

    All ae okay.

    The sentences with 'to him' in them would be less used, but all are correct.

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