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ninjakannon
Here's one for you. This is probably really obvious (or silly!), but I have no idea what the answer is or whether it even makes sense. So here it is: I can say "at risk", but as far as I know I can't say "at danger" - why? What's the difference between these two words that means I can be at one but not at the other? Or is this some hang over from the past?
noobcake
You can say "at risk" or "in danger". They're both acceptable and the mean the same thing. "in risk" and "at danger" are wrong though. I'm sure it's just a matter of convention, a hangover from the past as you put it.
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