Forms of Dar  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Dar - to give

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

yo doy (I give)
das (you give)
Ud./él/ella da (you/he/she gives)
nosotros (as) damos (we give)
vosotros (as) dais (you guys give)
Uds./ellos/ ellas dan (they give)

Sentences using dar in the present tense

Yo doy regalos.
I give pressents.

das una banana al mono.
You give a banana to the monkey.

Ella da flores.
She gives flowers.

Nosotros damos galletas.
We give cookies.

Ustedes dan suficiente ayuda.
You all give enough help.

Ellos dan un barco.
They give a boat.

Present tense sentences with doy
Present tense sentences with das
Present tense sentences with da
Present tense sentences with damos
Present tense sentences with dan

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