to give (somebody) a tour: to show, to take (a person) around (a place) verb

This is an irregular verb:
I give / I gave / I have given
  • "I will not be giving the tour to Mr. Warbuckle personally (I find him to be retrograde)."
  • "Welcome to the asylum. Let me give you a quick tour."
  • "I'm giving a tour of the city to some Italian twins."
  • "If you'll follow me, I'll give you a quick tour of the offices and you can get started with your new job."
  • "In the meantime, I'd like to give you a tour of the executive offices, introduce you to the staff, and answer any questions you might have."
  • "I will be giving a tour to Mr. Warbuckle, showing him the offices, and introducing him to the staff individually."

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