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Dar in English

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dar  to give 
dar to give; to hand over; to hit; to produce

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Sample sentences:
Le dieron un barrilito de miel.

She was given a keg of honey.
Le dio una limosna al mendigo. He gave the beggar a handout.
Le dio un coche a su ahijado en su vigésimo cumpleaños. He gave his godson a car on his twentieth birthday.
dar comienzo; dar comienzo to begin; to start
dar por hecho; garantizar to take for granted
dar la cara face the music; carry the can
zambullirse; dar saltos to plunge; dive
dar las noticias to present the news
dar una fiesta to give a party
dar cabezadas to drop off
dar un paseo take a walk
dar las gracias to thank


Her students are using the software and learning with the website afterwards on a regular basis. She is very satisfied and she was kind and gave me your number, as she thought that it may interest you.
Usually in a place with a homegenous society hatred towards foreigners can grow much more easy as a small disturbance to the homogenity may upset the entire society. People are not used to changes.
We again connected to the same people and we were wining a little about the fact that we had to share the boat with around seventy other passengers instead of getting a little romantic private tour.

Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of dar
[dado]
doy  das  da  damos  dais  dan  daba  dabas  daba  dábamos  dabais  daban  di  diste  dio  dimos  disteis  dieron  daré  darás  dará  daremos  daréis  darán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of give   [ gave, given ]
Conjugation of hit   [ hit, hit ]
Conjugation of produce   [ produced, produced ]