Give a kiss to someone

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Hi, natives!

A mother wants to kiss her little son, she calls in him and says:

"Come on! give me a kiss on your cheek" Or simply "give me a kiss"

Does this sound idiomatic to say like that? Is there any other way of saying the same?

Thank you so much!
  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    "Give me a kiss" makes sense. The person who is saying it expects the other person to kiss her/him.

    "Give me a kiss on your cheek" is grammatically correct but makes no sense. Person A can't kiss Person B on Person A's cheek.
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