Dar Imperfect Tense  

Spanish Grammar Imperfect Tense Verb Dar - to give

Dar imperfect conjugation

The verb dar (conjugation) means "to give".

yo daba (I used to give)
dabas (you used to give)
Ud./él/ella daba (you/he/she used to give)
nosotros (as) dábamos (we used to give)
vosotros (as) dabais (you guys used to give)
Uds./ellos/ ellas daban (you all/they used to give)

Sentences using dar in the imperfect tense

Yo daba clases en la universidad.
     I used to give classes at college.

Me daba todo su sueldo.
     He used to give me all his salary.

Nosotros le dábamos limosna a los vagabundos.
We used to give money to tramps.

Ustedes daban buenas propinas.
     You all used to give good tips.

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