The verbs darse and irse in the simple present in Spanish

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The verbs darse and irse in the simple present

The pronominal verbs darse (to arise, to occur, to take, to have) and irse (to go, to leave, to be off) are irregular and are conjugated thus in the simple present:

Darse

Yo me doy
T煤 te das
脡l/ella/usted se da
Nosotros/as nos damos
Vosotros/as os dais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes se dan

Irse

Yo me voy
T煤 te vas
脡l/ella/usted se va
Nosotros/as nos vamos
Vosotros/as os vais
Ellos/ellas/ustedes se van

Nacho se da una ducha.

Nacho takes a shower.

Me voy hoy.

I'm leaving today.


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