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John rang the bell his brother with all kinds of video games.

Is this sentence OK?

Thank you
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No, I'm sorry, it doesn't make sense. Do you think "rang the bell" is an idiom of some sort? (It almost is - when something "rings a bell" it means that something is famiar to you.)

But you have two object in a row - the bell his brother, and even if one could ring one's brother, that doesn't make sense.
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Thank you GG,

I thought " ring the bell" means to provide what is desire.
Hmm. Well, there is another use, which is when you mean something is pleasing to you - but its use is not common and why I didn't think of it.

I would suggest you simply say "John's brother was really pleased with the video games he got him."
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