anonymous
  • anonymous
If anyone needs help in French, I can help you, as I'm French :) Dare correct my english in return !
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anonymous
  • anonymous
do u need help in english??
anonymous
  • anonymous
This is not my priority since I study with english students, so I often practice english. Do you think I need help in english ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no.. it pretty good. i wanna learn french,i just learned spanish soo now im gonna start learning french

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anonymous
  • anonymous
If you have any question, I'll be glad to answer you. But I'm useless in spanish, si consider me as a reference in French only.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ill keep u in mind thxs
Dean.Shyy
  • Dean.Shyy
Your second sentence needs to be corrected. Instead of, "Dare correct my english in return !," it should have been "I dare you to correct my English in return!"
anonymous
  • anonymous
Doesn't "I dare you" mean something like "I'm defying you" ? Isn't it some kind of a provocation ? Thanks for helping me anyway :)
Dean.Shyy
  • Dean.Shyy
No, "I dare you" is more like, "try me." Defy is basically to contradict, refuse, or resist. For example, if you do not follow law, you defy law. Get it?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Got it, thanks a lot :)

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