Dare - English Grammar Today - Cambridge Dictionary
Dare also means ‘to be brave enough or rude enough to do something’. With this meaning, it can be used as an ordinary main verb which can be followed by a to-infinitive or an infinitive without to. Less commonly, it can be used as a semi-modal verb followed by an infinitive without to.
Hi, The NewtCan you provide some context?
I would definitely include "to" before each verb.The Newt,
I have to translate some military motto from our language to English.
It says something like that:
We dare to kill, We dare to die, We dare to sacrifice for our country.
They says that I need to translate the sentences that reflects on their bravery, I mean "rumbling tone"