Dar Conjugation | How to Conjugate Dar in Spanish

Maria Claudia Alvarado Published on July 24, 2023

¡Hola! ¿Puedes darme la hora? In this article, I’ll show you the different conjugations for the verb dar. You’ll learn to conjugate it in all the Spanish tenses, and we’ll look at some example sentences to help you practice.

Dar means “to give.” It’s an irregular verb used frequently in Spanish. You can use it to tell who is giving or who you are giving something to. It is also used to talk about giving things away. It’s used with tangible and intangible objects like feelings. For example, you can say, “verte feliz me da esperanza” which means “seeing you happy gives me hope.”

The table below shows three common conjugations of the verb dar: the infinitive, the gerund, and the past participle.

Part of SpeechDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
Infinitivedarto give
Gerunddandogiving
Past Participledadogiven

Here are three example sentences that use the conjugations of dar from the table above:

  • Infinitive: Él cree que no le van a dar el trabajo. (He thinks that they are not going to give him the job.)
  • Gerund: Están dando muestras gratis en el supermercado. (They are giving away free samples at the supermarket.)
  • Past Participle: ¿Le has dado otra oportunidad? (Have you given him another chance?)

Now, you will learn to conjugate dar in all the tenses. In the table below, you can see the different Spanish verb tenses. You can click on each one to see dar conjugated in that specific tense, as well as read example sentences.

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How to Conjugate Dar in Indicative Tense

The indicative tense is used to talk about facts, habits, or give descriptions. You can use dar in the indicative mood to point out what you gave, give, or will give to someone else. We’ll cover the following indicative tenses: present, future, preterite, imperfect, and conditional.

Indicative Present

We use the indicative present tense to talk about actions in the present or near future. The verb dar can be used in this form to indicate what you give to someone or what you give away. For example, you can say “Él da una carta a todos sus amigos” which means, “He gives a letter to all his friends.”

Here’s the indicative present conjugation table for the verb dar:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YodoyI give
dasYou give
VosdasYou give
Él/Ella/UsteddaHe/She gives, You give
NosotrosdamosWe give
VosotrosdaisYou give
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesdanThey/You give

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the indicative present tense:

  • Ellos se dan un abrazo cada mañana. / They give each other a hug every morning.
  • Yo no doy mi dirección a extraños. / I don’t give my address to strangers.
  • Nosotros damos regalos a nuestros familiares en Navidad. / We give presents to our family on Christmas.

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Indicative Future

The indicative future tense is used to point out events that will take place later. You can use dar in this form to tell what one person will give another in the future. For example, you can say “Usted dará un bocadillo a todos los invitados” which means, “You will give a snack to all the guests.” 

Below, you can find the indicative future conjugation chart for dar:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YodaréI will give
darásYou will give
VosdarásYou will give
Él/Ella/UsteddaráHe/She/You will give
NosotrosdaremosWe will give
VosotrosdaréisYou will give
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesdaránThey/You will give

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the indicative future tense:

  • Nosotros daremos la mejor fiesta del año. / We will give the best party of the year.
  • Ella dará una presentación sobre el ecosistema de la selva. / She will give a presentation about the jungle ecosystem.
  • Vosotros daréis la tarea a la maestra. / You will give the homework to the teacher.

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Indicative Preterite

The indicative preterite is used to talk about actions completed in the past. In the case of dar, you can use this tense to refer to things you gave to others in the past. For example, you can say “Ella dio un espectáculo sensacional” which means, “She gave a sensational show.”

You can find the indicative preterite conjugation chart for dar below:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YodiI gave
disteYou gave
VosdisteYou gave
Él/Ella/UsteddioHe/She/You gave
NosotrosdimosWe gave
VosotrosdisteisYou gave
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesdieronThey/You gave

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the indicative preterite tense:

  • Vos diste muchos ejemplos en tu ensayo. / You gave many examples in your essay.
  • Nosotros dimos nuestro mejor intento. / We gave our best try.
  • Ellos dieron muchas razones por las que no compraron la casa. / They gave many reasons why they didn’t buy the house.

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Indicative Imperfect

In Spanish, we use the indicative imperfect tense to talk about ongoing past actions. You can use the indicative imperfect form of dar to remember things you used to give to others in the past. For example, you can say “Yo daba dulces a los niños en Halloween” which means, “I used to give candy to the children on Halloween.”

Here are the indicative imperfect conjugations for dar in the indicative imperfect:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YodabaI used to give
dabasYou used to give
VosdabasYou used to give
Él/Ella/UsteddabaHe/She/You used to give
NosotrosdábamosWe used to give
VosotrosdabaisYou used to give
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesdabanThey/You used to give

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the indicative imperfect tense:

  • Ustedes daban folletos informativos en la estación de tren. / You used to give away informative brochures at the train station.
  • Ella daba lecciones de inglés a su hermana. / She used to give English lessons to her sister.
  • Vosotros dabais pesadillas a los niños con esas historias. / You used to give the kids nightmares with those stories.

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Indicative Conditional

The indicative conditional tense lets us talk about possible scenarios, theories, or hypothetical events. With the indicative conditional form of dar, you can create theoretical scenarios where you would give something away. These phrases often carry sentiment, and you can use them with tangible and intangible objects. For example, you might have the phrase “Yo daría todo por cambiar el pasado” which means, “I would give anything to change the past.”

You can find the indicative conditional conjugations for the verb dar in the chart below:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
Yodaría I would give
daríasYou would give
VosdaríasYou would give
Él/Ella/UsteddaríaHe/She/You would give
NosotrosdaríamosWe would give
VosotrosdaríaisYou would give
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesdaríanThey/You would give

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the indicative conditional tense:

  • darías todo tu dinero para hacer feliz a tu perro. / You would give away all your money to make your dog happy.
  • Él daría todo lo que tiene por participar en ese show. / He would give away everything he owns to be in that show.
  • Yo no daría mi dinero a alguien en quien no confío. / I would not give my money to somebody I don’t trust.

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How to Conjugate Dar in Perfect Tense

The perfect tense is used to describe past events that influence the present. To conjugate dar in the perfect tense, you need to use the auxiliary verb haber and the past participle of dar (dado). We’ll cover these perfect tenses: present perfect, future perfect, past perfect, conditional perfect, and preterite perfect tense.

Present Perfect

We use the present perfect to talk about the current state of past actions. You can use dar in this tense to tell others about things you have given to others. For example, you can say “Ella le ha dado su mochila a su mejor amiga” which means, “She has given her backpack to her best friend.”

Below, you can find the conjugation chart for dar in the present perfect tense:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHe dadoI have given
Has dadoYou have given
VosHas dadoYou have given
Él/Ella/UstedHa dadoHe/She has given, You have given
NosotrosHemos dadoWe have given
VosotrosHabéis dadoYou have given
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHan dadoThey/You have given

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the present perfect tense:

  • Ellos han dado demasiadas excusas para no hacer ejercicio. / They have given too many excuses to not do exercise.
  • Nosotros hemos dado nuestro dinero a una buena causa. / We have given our money to a good cause.
  • Él ha dado su confianza a la persona indicada. / He has given her trust to the right person.

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Future Perfect

You can use the future perfect tense to discuss events that will be completed by a specific time in the future. The future perfect conjugation of dar lets us talk about what we will have given to others before another event in the future. This is why this tense is also called “ante futuro” (before the future). For example, you can say “Habrán dado los resultados de los exámenes para el próximo lunes” which means, “They will have given the results for the exams by next Monday.”

Here’s the conjugation chart for dar in the future perfect tense:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHabré dadoI will have given
Habrás dadoYou will have given
VosHabrás dadoYou will have given
Él/Ella/UstedHabrá dadoHe/She/You will have given
NosotrosHabrémos dadoWe will have given
VosotrosHabréis dadoYou will have given
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHabrán dadoThey/You will have given

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the future perfect tense:

  • Para entonces, ella habrá dado una gran donación a la iglesia local. / By then, she will have given a large donation to the local church.
  • Habré dado las instrucciones para el final de la clase. / I will have given the instructions by the end of the class.
  • Dentro de un año, habréis dado vuestro primer concierto en el teatro nacional. / Within a year, you will have given your first concert at the national theater.

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Past Perfect (Pluperfect)

The past perfect, or pluperfect, tense is used to point out actions that could have happened in the past. You can use the past perfect form of dar to talk about how giving something to someone could have changed hypothetical scenarios. For example, you can say “Él había dado una razón convincente para no abrir la puerta” which means, “He had given a convincing reason not to open the door.”

You can find all the conjugations for dar in the past perfect tense in the chart below: 

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHabía dadoI had given
Habías dadoYou had given
VosHabías dadoYou had given
Él/Ella/UstedHabía dadoHe/She/You had given
NosotrosHabíamos dadoWe had given
VosotrosHabíais dadoYou had given
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHabían dadoThey/You had given

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the pluperfect tense:

  • Ellos habían dado su mejor esfuerzo para aprender a patinar. / They had given their best effort to learn to skate.
  • Yo había dado toda la información para el proyecto en grupo a la maestra. / I had given all the information for the group project to the teacher.
  • Vosotros habíais dado el número de teléfono incorrecto. / You had given the wrong phone number.

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Conditional Perfect

We use the conditional perfect tense to talk about possibilities, theories, or opinions. Because this tense is also often used to convey feelings, you can use dar to talk about something you wish you would have given to someone. For example, you can say “Él le habría dado la luna si ella se la hubiese pedido” which means, “He would have given her the moon if she had asked for it.”

Below, you can find the conditional perfect conjugation chart for the verb dar:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHabría dadoI would have given
Habrías dadoYou would have given
VosHabrías dadoYou would have given
Él/Ella/UstedHabría dadoHe/She/You would have given
NosotrosHabríamos dadoWe would have given
VosotrosHabríais dadoYou would have given
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHabrían dadoThey/You would have given

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the conditional perfect tense:

  • Ustedes habrían dado una propina más grande si hubiesen tenido más dinero. / You would have given a bigger tip if you had had more money.
  • Nosotros habríamos dado otra oportunidad a un buen amigo. / We would have given another chance to a good friend.
  • Vos habrías dado todo por volver a ser joven. / You would have given everything to be young again.

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Preterite Perfect (Past Anterior)

The preterite perfect helps us talk about events that took place before other events in the past. In the case of dar, you can use its preterite perfect conjugations to remember something you had given to somebody before something else happened. For example, you can say “Él hubo dado un anillo a su novia antes de viajar a Francia” which means, “He had given a ring to his girlfriend before he traveled to France.” Keep in mind that this tense is not commonly used in modern Spanish, and is often replaced by the preset perfect tense.

Here’s the conjugation chart for dar in the preterite tense: 

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHube dadoI had given
Hubiste dadoYou had given
VosHubiste dadoYou had given
Él/Ella/UstedHubo dadoHe/She/You had given
NosotrosHubimos dadoWe had given
VosotrosHubisteis dadoYou had given
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHubieron dadoThey/You had given

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the past perfect tense:

  • Hubimos dado todo lo que teníamos para evitar el peligro. / We had given away all we had to avoid the danger.
  • Una vez hube dado las noticias a mis padres, pude vivir en paz. / Once I had given the news to my parents, I lived in peace.
  • Ella hubo dado una respuesta que nadie quería oír. / She had given an answer that nobody wanted to hear.

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How to Conjugate Dar in Subjunctive Tense

We use the subjunctive tense to describe subjective ideas. You can use the subjunctive tense to talk about emotions, theories, or intentions. Dar is used in this mood to refer to the possibility of giving someone something. We’ll go over the next subjunctive tenses: present subjunctive, future subjunctive, and imperfect subjunctive.

Present Subjunctive

The present subjunctive tense helps us talk about feelings, wishes, hopes, and opinions. The present subjunctive form of dar can be used to tell others how you feel about someone else giving something away. For example, you can say, “es necesario que des tu opinión sobre el trabajo,” which means, “It’s necessary that you give your opinion about the job.”

You can find the conjugation chart for dar in the present subjunctive tense below:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoI give
desYou give
VosdesYou give
Él/Ella/UstedHe/She gives, You give
NosotrosdemosWe give
VosotrosdeisYou give
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesdenThey/You give

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the present subjunctive tense:

  • Quisiera que vosotros deis buenos consejos a los niños pequeños. / I would like you to give good advice to the little children. 
  • Espero que den un buen show. / I hope you give a good show.
  • Puede que más de lo que recibo. / Maybe I give more than I receive.

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Future Subjunctive

You can use the future subjunctive tense to describe hypothetical events in the future. In the case of the verb dar, you can use its future subjunctive conjugations to create theories about how you will give something to someone else. For example, you can say, “si ella diere visitas sorpresa a sus padres, ellos serían muy felices.” Which means, “if she will give surprise visits to her parents, they would be very happy.” Keep in mind that the future subjunctive is rarely used in modern Spanish.

Here’s the conjugation chart for dar in the future subjunctive tense:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YodiereI will give
dieresYou will give
VosdieresYou will give
Él/Ella/UsteddiereHe/She/You will give
NosotrosdiéremosWe will give
VosotrosdiereisYou will give
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesdierenThey/You will give

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the future subjunctive tense:

  • Si tu me dieres tu dirección de correo, podría ayudarte con la tarea. / If you will give me your email address, I could help you with the homework.
  • Si ellos dieren regalos a los niños, se sentirán mucho mejor. / If they will give gifts to the kids, they will feel much better.
  • Yo diere consejos solo a los que quieren escucharlos. / I will give advice only to those who want to hear it.

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Imperfect Subjunctive

The imperfect subjunctive tense helps us describe uncertain actions in the past. You can use dar in this tense to talk about how things would change if you gave something away or to someone. For example, you can say, “si me dieses más libros para leer, no estaría tan aburrida” which means, “If you gave me more books to read, I wouldn’t be so bored.”

You can find the conjugation chart for dar in the imperfect subjunctive tense right below:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
Yodiera/ dieseI gave
dieras/ diesesYou gave
Vosdieras/ diesesYou gave
Él/Ella/Usteddiera/ dieseHe/She/You gave
Nosotrosdiéramos/ diésemosWe gave
Vosotrosdierais/ dieseisYou gave
Ellos/Ellas/ Ustedesdieran/ diesenThey/You gave

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the imperfect subjunctive tense:

  • Si dieses abrazos a tus amigos de vez en cuando, sabrían cuanto los aprecias. / If you gave hugs to your friends once in a while they would know how much you appreciate them.
  • Quisiera que vosotros dierais mejores respuestas a esas preguntas. / I wish you gave better answers to those questions.
  • Si usted diese dinero al refugio de perros, no habría tantos en la calle. / If you gave money to the dog shelter, there wouldn’t be so many on the streets.

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How to Conjugate Dar in Perfect Subjunctive Tense

We use the perfect subjunctive tense to talk about uncertain past actions connected to the present or future. To conjugate dar in this mood, you will need to use the auxiliary verb haber and the past participle of dar (dado). We’ll study these perfect subjunctive tenses: present perfect subjunctive, future perfect subjunctive, and pluperfect subjunctive.

Present Perfect Subjunctive

The present perfect subjunctive tense helps us point out past actions that are still connected to the present. You can also use this tense to describe events that will happen in the future. The present perfect subjunctive form of dar lets you talk about how something you have given away or to someone has changed (or not) the present or future. For example, you can say, “aunque le hayas dado otra oportunidad, eso no significa que va a cambiar” which means, “even if you have given him another chance, that doesn’t mean that he is going to change.”

Below, you can find the conjugation chart for dar in the present perfect subjunctive tense:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHaya dadoI have given
Hayas dadoYou have given
VosHayas dadoYou have given
Él/Ella/UstedHaya dadoHe/She/You have given
NosotrosHayamos dadoWe have given
VosotrosHayáis dadoYou have given
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHayan dadoThey/You have given

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the present perfect subjunctive tense:

  • Quizás haya dado más información de la que debería. / Maybe he has given more information than he should.
  • Que tu hayas dado tu opinión podría ayudarlo. / That you have given your opinion could help him.
  • Me preocupa que no hayáis dado una buena impresión. / I’m worried you have not given a good impression.

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Future Perfect Subjunctive

The future perfect subjunctive is rarely used in modern Spanish, but you could still find it in old literature or legal texts. This tense lets us talk about events that will have happened at a specific timeframe in the future. You can use the future perfect subjunctive form of dar to point out what you will have given in a future event. For example, you can say, “Ella hubiere dado mejores resultados si la hubiesen apoyado más” which means, “She would have given better results if they had supported her more.”

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHubiere dadoI will have given
Hubieres dadoYou will have given
VosHubieres dadoYou will have given
Él/Ella/UstedHubiere dadoHe/She/You will have given
NosotrosHubiéremos dadoWe will have given
VosotrosHubiereis dadoYou will have given
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHubieren dadoThey/You will have given

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the future perfect subjunctive tense:

  • Ustedes hubieren dado los libros a la biblioteca en otra ocasión. / You would have given the books to the library in other occasion.
  • Yo hubiere dado una respuesta clara si me hubiesen preguntado. / I would have given a clear answer if they had asked me.
  • Ellas hubieren dado excusas para evitar meterse en problemas. / They would have given excuses to avoid getting into troubles.

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Pluperfect Subjunctive

You can use the pluperfect subjunctive to describe events that happened before other events in the past. This tense is also often used to express wishes or to create theories about what could have happened in the past. In the case of dar, you can use its pluperfect subjunctive conjugations to talk about what you had given away or to others in these possible scenarios. For example, you can say, “Encontrar al perro le hubiese dado esperanza,” which means, “Finding the dog had given her hope.”

You can find the pluperfect subjunctive conjugation chart for dar right below:

PronounDar ConjugationEnglish Meaning
YoHubiera/ Hubiese dadoI had given
Hubieras/ Hubieses dadoYou had given
VosHubieras/ Hubieses dadoYou had given
Él/Ella/UstedHubiera/ Hubiese dadoHe/She/You had given 
NosotrosHubiéramos/ Hubiésemos dadoWe had given
VosotrosHubierais/ Hubieseis dadoYou had given
Ellos/Ellas/ UstedesHubieran/ Hubiesen dadoThey/You had given

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the pluperfect subjunctive tense:

  • Nosotros hubiésemos dado más dinero para ayudar a encontrar al gato perdido. / We had given more money to help find the lost cat.
  • Ustedes hubieran dado toda la ayuda necesaria al bombero. / You had given all the necessary help to the firefighter. 
  • No me digas que tu hubieses dado tu carro a cambio de ese caballo. / Don’t tell me you had given your car in exchange for that horse.

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How to Conjugate Dar in the Imperative Tense

The imperative tense is used to give commands, orders, or advice. You can use dar in the imperative tense to tell someone to give or not to give something away. Remember that to conjugate dar in the negative imperative, you need to add “no” instead of “don’t.” For example, you can say “¡No des tu información personal a extraños!” which means “Don’t give your personal information to strangers!”

Here’s the imperative tense conjugation chart for the verb dar:

PronounDar Conjugation (Affirmative)Dar Conjugation (Negative)English Meaning
¡Da!¡No des!Give!/Don’t give!
Vos¡Da!¡No des!Give!/Don’t give!
Él/Ella/Usted¡Dé!¡No dé!Give!/Don’t give!
Nosotros¡Demos!¡No demos!Give!/Don’t give!
Vosotros¡Dad!¡No deis!Give!/Don’t give!
Ellos/Ellas/ Ustedes¡Den!¡No den!Give!/Don’t give!

Here are some example sentences showing how to conjugate dar in the imperative tense:

  • ¡No den el número de seguro social a nadie! / Don’t give your social security number to anyone!
  • ¡Demos lo mejor! / Let’s give our best!
  • ¡No des la espalda a los que necesitan ayuda! / Don’t turn your back on those who need help!

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Tips for Conjugating Dar Correctly

The best way to become familiar with Spanish verbs and their conjugations is by incorporating authentic Spanish materials into your study routine. You can find newspapers, videos, and podcasts on the Internet that can help you develop a natural use of the language. Listening to conversations between native speakers is also a great way of practicing understanding Spanish, and can teach you a lot about how verbs are used in colloquial expressions.

Here are a couple of common expressions you can use to practice conjugating dar. “Da igual” which literally translates to “gives the same” but the meaning is closer to “I don’t care.” It’s a phrase used to tell others that the outcome of a situation doesn’t matter to you. “Da gusto” is another common expression that translates to “Gives like” and is used to express joy for the current state of something in particular.

Ways to Practice Conjugating Dar

If you are trying to become fluent in Spanish, you need to learn how to properly conjugate verbs like dar. Because it’s an irregular verb, trying to memorize all its conjugations can be time-consuming. But don’t worry, there are lots of ways to learn Spanish.

The best way to reach fluency is to practice constantly. If you like to practice on the go, you can use Spanish apps to take short interactive lessons in your free time. On the other hand, if you prefer more traditional methods and extensive grammatical explanations, you can use Spanish books. If your main priority is finding a comprehensive resource that provides structure and multiple tools to help you work on all the necessary skills, you can look for an online Spanish course.

Dar Conjugation FAQ

How do you conjugate the verb dar?

To conjugate the verb dar, you first need to decide the tense and tone for the idea you want to convey. Dar is a frequently used irregular verb, so learning the right forms for its conjugations is necessary to become fluent in Spanish. For example, some tenses, like the perfect and the perfect subjunctive tense, use the auxiliary verb haber and the past participle of dar (dado). 

What is the past tense of dar?

The most common past tenses for dar are the indicative preterite (yo di) and the indicative imperfect (yo daba). There are other less common past tenses for dar such as the preterite perfect (yo hube dado).

What verb is dando?

Dando is the past participle of dar and can translate to “giving” in English. It describes what you are currently giving away or to someone. For example, you can say “Le estaba dando mi libro favorito a mi papá” which means, “I was giving my favorite book to my dad.”

What does the verb dar mean?

Dar means “to give.” You can use it to talk about giving something to someone or giving something away. It can be used with tangible and intangible objects like feelings, news, opinions, etc.

Maria Claudia Alvarado

Maria Alvarado is a content writer and translator from Lima, Peru. She graduated from the Savannah College of Arts and Design in 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in Writing. She is fluent in Spanish and English, has intermediate knowledge of French and German, and is learning Japanese. She hopes to bring consciousness about the importance of language learning through her articles and aspires to learn as many languages as possible.

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