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You give in Spanish 🇪🇸

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

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Normal speech: DAS
IPA: /das/

7 months ago

das info.

Tips to remember the word “das”:
One way to remember “das” is to think of giving a “DA”y’s worth of something. Whenever you “give” something for a “DAy,” it’s “das” in Spanish.

“Das” is the second person singular form of the verb “dar” in the present indicative, which means “to give” in English. It is used when you are talking directly to one person and saying that he or she gives something.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Entregas” can also mean “you give” but implies delivering or handing over.
– “Ofreces” means “you offer” but can be synonymous with give in the context of offering something.

Different conjugations of “dar”:
– Infinitive: dar
– Present indicative: doy (I give), das (you give), da (he/she/it gives), damos (we give), dais (you all give, informal in Spain), dan (they/you all give)
– Preterite (simple past): di (I gave), diste (you gave), dio (he/she/it gave), dimos (we gave), disteis (you all gave, informal in Spain), dieron (they/you all gave)
– Imperfect: daba (I/you/he/she/it/we/you all/they gave – used for ongoing past actions)
– Future: daré (I will give), darás (you will give), dará (he/she/it will give), daremos (we will give), daréis (you all will give, informal in Spain), darán (they/you all will give)
– Conditional: daría (I/you/he/she/it/we/you all/they would give)
– Present subjunctive: dé (I/you/we/they give, that he/she/it give), des (you give), demos (we give), deis (you all give), den (they/you all give)
– Imperfect subjunctive: diera or diese (I/you/he/she/it/we/you all/they gave or might give)
– Imperative: da (give – informal you), den (give – formal you or plural you)

Examples of sentences using “das”:
– “¿Me das un vaso de agua?” which means “Can you give me a glass of water?”
– “Cuando das tu opinión, siempre eres honesto.” which means “When you give your opinion, you are always honest.”
– “Es tu turno de jugar, ¿qué das?” which translates to “It’s your turn to play, what do you give?” (in the context of a card game or similar).

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