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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I have the courage; often used with "a" followed by an infinitive)
a. I dare
Lorna es de las pocas alumnas, me atrevo a decir que la única, que de hecho lee poesía.Lorna is one of the few students, I dare say the only one, who actually reads poetry.
b. I dare to
Mis compañeros son tan listos que me siento un poco intimidado en clase. Si me atrevo a hacer una pregunta, es porque no me queda más remedio.My classmates are so smart that I feel a bit intimidated in class. If I dare to ask a question, it's because I have no choice.
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