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If anyone needs help in French, I can help you, as I'm French :) Dare correct my english in return !

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  1. iluvreading Group Title
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    do u need help in english??

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    This is not my priority since I study with english students, so I often practice english. Do you think I need help in english ?

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    no.. it pretty good. i wanna learn french,i just learned spanish soo now im gonna start learning french

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    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.

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    ill keep u in mind thxs

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    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!"

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    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 :)

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    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?

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    Got it, thanks a lot :)

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