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This is the classic symptom of a bad battery. Your engine requires a lot of power to crank but the little lights in your dash require very little. if the battery is even a little drained it won't crank the engine, but everything else will seem to work fine. Either jumpstart the car (if it starts, then you likely need a new battery) or test the voltage at the battery terminal when trying to start the car. If the voltage drops below 12 volts you need a new battery (or at least a freshly charged one)
is it a manual tranny. sometimes the safety switch that tells the car not to start if the clutch isnt pressed go bad or the plug on the clutch lever pops off. the switch is under the dash connected to the clutch lever the plug is on the other end that pushed the switch pin in.