In this lesson, we will look at the verb dare passato prossimo conjugation.
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Dare passato prossimo: Conjugation table and pronunciation
Dare has a regular past participle in the passato prossimo tense. Its helper verb is avere.
Dare passato prossimo pronunciation
|you (s)||have drunk|
|he, she||has drunk|
|lui, lei||ha dato|
|you (pl)||have drunk|
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Dare passato prossimo: Examples
Ho dato il regalo a mia sorella.
I gave the gift to my sister.
Hai dato la mancia al cameriere?
Did you tip the waiter?
(dare la mancia = to tip)
Paolo ha dato per scontato che fossi ancora lì.
Paul assumed that I was still there.
(dare per scontato = to assume)
Non abbiamo dato le chiavi a Fabrizio!
We didn’t give the keys to Fabrizio!
Le informazioni che mi avete dato sono molto utili.
The information you gave me is very helpful.
Mi hanno dato un biglietto gratis.
They gave me a free ticket.
And that’s it, now you know the dare passato prossimo conjugation in Italian!
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