"Τι προσπαθείς να της δώσεις;"
Translation:What are you trying to give to her?
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Thanks for the notification. I've tried a little method we learned to resync these stubborn sentences in the hope of resetting them. The only problem is we don't know if it has worked until someone comes across them again. If truth be told I think there have been fewer mentions of the Strengthen skills not accepting correct translations and like to believe some good has been done. Let's hope it works here.
That's right. The να (or a θα, or an ας) places the event in the future, but the fact that you're using δίνω, the present tense form, that implies an ongoing, repeated or persistent situation of giving, not a one-time, 'closed' event. That'd be denoted by δώσω.
For continuous/imperfect past tense, it'd be έδινα.