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He will give in Russian 🇷🇺

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he will give даст
How to say “he will give” in Russian? “Даст”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “даст” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on he will give in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Associate "даст" (dast) with the English word "dust." Imagine you will "give" someone a handful of dust as a mnemonic.
– Think of "даст" sounding similar to "dost," as in an archaic form of "does" which can help link it to action.

– "Даст" is a future tense form of the verb "дать" which means "to give" in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Подарить (podarit') – to give as a gift, to gift
– Предоставить (predostavit') – to provide, to grant
– Вручить (vruchit') – to hand out, to present

If it is infinitive then give the different conjugations (past, present, future, etc.):

дать (dat')

– Он/она/оно дал/дала/дало (on/ona/ono dal/dala/dalo) – He/she/it gave
– Мы/вы/они дали (my/vy/oni dali) – We/you/they gave

(There is no present tense for дать directly; use давать, the imperfective form)
– Я даю (ya dayu) – I give
– Ты даёшь (ty dayosh') – You give
– Он/она/оно даёт (on/ona/ono dayot) – He/she/it gives
– Мы даём (my dayom) – We give
– Вы даёте (vy dayote) – You give
– Они дают (oni dayut) – They give

– Я дам (ya dam) – I will give
– Ты дашь (ty dash) – You will give
– Он/она/оно даст (on/ona/ono dast) – He/she/it will give
– Мы дадим (my dadim) – We will give
– Вы дадите (vy dadite) – You will give
– Они дадут (oni dadut) – They will give

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Он даст мне книгу. (on dast mne knigu) – He will give me the book.
– Мы дадим ей подарок. (my dadim yey podarok) – We will give her a gift.
– Ты дашь мне деньги? (ty dash' mne dengi?) – Will you give me the money?
– Они дадут ответ завтра. (oni dadut otvet zavtra) – They will give an answer tomorrow.
– Она даст ему шанс. (ona dast emu shans) – She will give him a chance.

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