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    navi tasan is offline Key Member
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    Which is correct:

    1-I took the risk of jumping down from the window.
    2-I risked jumping down from the window.
    3-I risked to jump down from the window.

    (Meaning: I jumped down from the window although it was dangerous.)

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    Default Re: risk

    I prefer "I took the risk of jumping down from the window."


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