What are the implications of the word "Veshinantam"?
Rashi: It is a Lashon of 'Chidud'
And what are the connotations of the word "le'Vanecha"?
Ramban: Having said
What is the meaning of the phrase "Vedibarta Bam"?
Rashi: The words of Torah should be our chief topic of conversation, 1 and not just secondary.
Torah Temimah (citing Chulin,19b): 'Someon who indulges in idle chatter transgresses an Asei.' 2
Having said "ve'Shinantam le'Vanecha", why does the Torah see fit to add "ve'Dibarta Bam"?
Seifer ha'Chinuch: " ve'Shinantam le'Vanecha" is the Mitzvah of Talmud Torah; " ve'Dibarta Bam", the Mitzvah of reciting the Sh'ma. 1
What are the words "be'Shivt'cha be'Veisecha" coming to teach us?
Targum Yonasan: it comes to include a Chasan on the night of his wedding in the Mitzvah of reciting the Sh'ma. 1
Torah Temimah (citing B'rachos, 11a):
And what do we learn from the words "u've'Lecht'cha va'Derech"
Torah Temimah (citing B'rachos, 10b) #1: We learn that one is permitted to recite the Sh'ma in any position
As the Gemara Darshens in B'rachos, See Na'ar Yonasan
And what are the implications of "u've'Shochb'cha u've'Kumecha"?
Rashi: It means (not literally, whenever one goes to lie down and whenever one rises, but) when the conventional time to lie down and to rise arrives. 1
Targum Yonasan: 'At night-time, close to (before) going to bed and in the morning close to (after) rising'.
Rashi: Because otherwise, the two terms would contradict one another (See Rashi).