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    Don't/Won't you ever dare

    Donít u ever dare to venture into that and won't you ever dare to venture into that.

    Are both the above phrases correct?

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    Re: Don't/Won't you ever dare

    Quote Originally Posted by MeyaN View Post
    "Donít you u ever dare to venture into that" and "won't you ever dare to venture into that".
    Note my corrections. Remember to surround text that you're discussing in quotation marks. We don't use textspeak on the forum; write you, not "u".

    Both phrases would be correct with ending punctuation. Neither is particularly natural, at least without more context.
    I am not a teacher.

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