680 – Using DARE

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Don’t you dare tell anyone about this lesson. Wait, on second thought, I dare you to do it. How dare you not tell people about this podcast.  Dare…that’s an interesting word in English.  Let’s study together

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  • Listen, we worked really hard to plan this surprise birthday party for Jack so don’t you dare tell him anything about the party.
  • “Well, I think your rules in this office are stupid.” “How dare you talk to me like that. I’m your boss, remember?”
  • “You’re cheating on me with your secretary? How dare you! Get out of my house!”

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