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Are these sentences correct, and do they mean the same:


a) "I don't adventure myself going to Antarctica."


b) "I don't venture myself going to Antarctica."

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Are these sentences correct? No

adventure is not a verb. The verb you want is venture.

A) "I have never ventured to Antarctica." Refers to the past up until now.
B) "I don't venture to Antarctica." It's not my custom. It's not part of my routine. Fo almost everyone, A is the normal statement.
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Christine Christie

Are these sentences correct, and do they mean the same:


a) "I don't adventure myself going to Antarctica."


b) "I don't venture myself going to Antarctica."

I think you mean this:

I can't feature myself going to Antarctica.

It means you can't imagine yourself going there. In fact, you can substitute "imagine" for "feature".

CJ

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No. Neither is correct. What are you trying to convey by using "venture"?

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