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Thank you. The exercise is not complete but aims at revising the use of the infinitive (with or without to) and the gerund after certain verbs.

She didn’t dare to speak/speak (both possible?) to him about that.

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    Yes, both are possible.

    Sra

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    Yes, both are possible in that sentence.

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