Le doy: doy is the first person singular of dar, to give. So doy
literally means I give. But I think that in Spanish if something is
certain to happen very soon it does not have to be expressed in the
future tense, as in daré. You can just use the present
Le is the indirect object pronoun for he, she, it, or the polite
(usted) form of you. So if we were friends and I wanted to say this
I could say Te doy, but if it were a formal situation, such as you
being my boss or a person to whom respect was owed, I should use
the usted form, le. And finally, unlike English, object pronouns go
in front of, not behind the verb.
Jo, did I explain this clearly enough to you? And equally
important, to the more experienced speakers, did I explain it
correctly to Jo? Please correct me if not.