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danse in English:

1. dance dance

Shall we dance?
Dance is a beautiful part of every culture.
If you teach me how to dance, I will show you my hidden scars.
There will be a dance Friday night at the high school.
What time does the dance floor get crowded?
Isadora Duncan danced with such grace that she was invited to dance in Europe.
This club is fearfully dull. The dance floor is empty and the smoking patio is packed.
I like this song; it's got a strong beat and you can dance to it.
It was difficult for a girl with her face and figure to make it across the dance floor without bumping, by only the purest of accidents, into one roué or another.
The other animals of the forest came to watch the wedding dance, and they, too, danced all night in the moonlight.
It is an important thing for the dance that you don't work outside of a choreographed sequence.
With both song and dance, the performers put on an excellent show.
They dance in circles to communicate a short distance, and shake their bodies and dart back and forth to indicate a longer distance.
Transcending time, the insects of ages gone past dance livelily in amber.

English word "danse"(dance) occurs in sets:

Culture and art - Art et culture
school vocab

2. dancing dancing

She takes singing and dancing lessons, not to mention swimming and tennis lessons.
Tom burst out laughing when he saw Mary dancing a jig.
They had been dancing for an hour when there was a knock on the door.
I got a bit carried away when I was dancing and got up on the table.
I'm dancing.
The term ‘milonguero style tango’ was coined in the early 1990s to describe the style of dancing tango that was prevalent in the milongas of downtown Buenos Aires in the 1950s.
When the cat is not there, the mice are dancing.
Every week I study piano on Monday and Tuesday, and dancing on Wednesday and Friday.
I'd like to see some dancing. Do you have any information?
At first, Mohandas had dancing and music, but they were too expensive.
I could not help laughing to see him dancing.
There is nothing like dancing after all. I consider it as one of the first refinements of polished society.
At the winter festival, Beth received an award for dancing the best.
I enjoy reading, cuddling by the fireplace and slow dancing.
They communicate the distance and direction of the food by dancing.

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