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I gave j’ai donnĂ©
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Tips to remember the French word “j’ai donnĂ©”:

– Try to associate “j’ai donnĂ©” with the English phrase “I gave.” Both phrases have a similar sound and meaning.
– Break down the word “j’ai donnĂ©” into smaller parts for easier memorization. For example, “j’ai” means “I have” and “donnĂ©” means “given.” So, when combined, it translates to “I have given.”
– Practice using the word in different contexts or making sentences with it to help reinforce its meaning and usage.


“J’ai donnĂ©” is the past tense conjugation of the verb “donner” in the first-person singular form. In English, it translates to “I gave” or “I have given,” depending on the context.

Other words that mean the same thing as “j’ai donnĂ©” include:
– “Je l’ai remis” (I handed it over)
– “Je lui ai offert” (I offered it to him/her)
– “J’ai fait don de” (I made a donation of)
– “J’ai attribuĂ©” (I attributed)

Conjugations of “donner” (infinitive form) in different tenses:

– Present tense:
– Je donne (I give)
– Tu donnes (You give)
– Il/elle donne (He/she gives)
– Nous donnons (We give)
– Vous donnez (You give)
– Ils/elles donnent (They give)

– Future tense:
– Je donnerai (I will give)
– Tu donneras (You will give)
– Il/elle donnera (He/she will give)
– Nous donnerons (We will give)
– Vous donnerez (You will give)
– Ils/elles donneront (They will give)

Examples of sentences using “j’ai donnĂ©”:

1. J’ai donnĂ© un cadeau Ă  mon ami. (I gave a gift to my friend.)
2. Hier, j’ai donnĂ© un coup de main aux voisins. (Yesterday, I gave a helping hand to the neighbors.)
3. Elle m’a demandĂ© de l’argent et je lui ai donnĂ©. (She asked me for money, and I gave it to her.)

Note: The conjugation of verbs in French depends on the subject, tense, and other factors. It’s important to consider these variables when using verbs in different contexts.

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