Preterite - Irregular Verb - dar  

Spanish Grammar Preterite Tense Verb Dar - to give

The verb dar (conjugation) means "to give". It is irregular in the preterite tense.

yo di (I gave)
diste (you gave)
Ud./él/ella dio (you/he/she gave)
nosotros (as) dimos (we gave)
vosotros (as) disteis (you guys gave)
Uds./ellos/ellas dieron (you all/they gave)

Let's look at some example sentences:

Yo di una mano.
     I gave a hand.

¿A quién diste el dinero?
     To whom did you give the money?

Ella me dio el dinero.
     She gave me the money.

Les dimos el dinero ayer.
     We gave the money to them yesterday.

Sí, me dieron muchos.
     Yes, they gave me a lot.

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