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Consider the following situation.

I'm with two friends. Alice is a bad driver. Bob is not. Bob says to me, "why don't you give Alice the keys and let's go home". I say to Bob, "why don't I just give them to you".

Here, emphasis is, not the other person, but you (the one I'm speaking to).

I thought of 要不我给你自己 and 要不我给你本身.

This is an abstraction of something that really happened to me. I realize that using 直接给你 is probably the best way to emphasize in this case. But is there any other way to do it?

  • 为什么不把钥匙给你,你来开车呢? – Jacob Mar 1 at 15:37
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    You don't have to add any word. You can just emphasize directly with the tone. Increase and extend the sound of 你. 为什么我不直接把钥匙给你...呢? – Farnz Seager Mar 1 at 19:37
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In your context, I'd probably say: 我把钥匙给你不更好吗? or 我觉得给你更合适.

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