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To give in Russian 🇷🇺

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

Russian Sentences with the Word “To give”

Russian sentence with “дать” English translation for дать S

Ты должен продать свое ожерелье.

You should sell your necklace.

Ты можешь угадать мой возраст?

Can you guess my age?

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Tips to remember the Russian word:
– Connect "дать" (dat') to "donate" (as in giving something).
– Think of "дать" (dat') as "doing a deed" of giving.

– "Дать" (dat') is the Russian verb meaning "to give." It is an irregular verb.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– передать (peredat') – to pass, convey
– вручить (vruchit') – to hand over, present
– подарить (podarit') – to gift

– Infinitive: дать (dat')
– Past:
– Masculine: дал (dal)
– Feminine: дала (dala)
– Neuter: дало (dalo)
– Plural: дали (dali)
– Present:
– 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 (plural/formal) give
– они дают (oni dayut) – they give
– Future:
– 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 (plural/formal) will give
– они дадут (oni dadut) – they will give

Examples of sentences that use it:
– Я дам тебе книгу. (Ya dam tebe knigu.) – I will give you a book.
– Он дал ей подарок. (On dal yey podarok.) – He gave her a gift.
– Мы дадим вам совет. (My dadim vam sovet.) – We will give you advice.
– Она даёт ему информацию. (Ona dayot yemu informatsiyu.) – She gives him information.
– Они дали мне этот адрес. (Oni dali mne etot adres.) – They gave me this address.

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