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  • The meaning of "Choreography" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. Choreography is a bunch of movements and steps usually in a dance or ballet.

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    2. that you liked the choreography right away (as soon as the performance started)

  • Example sentences using "Choreography"

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    2. - The show was amazing! The choreography is what made it so good. - I love their new song, i really want to learn the choreography, but i'm not that good at dancing. - I don't believe it was really an accident, i think the whole thing was choreographed by the government. - I love dancing and making up choreographies, so when i grow up i want to be a professional choreographer.

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    2. Choreography is something that’s been planned out and taught to others by someone whereas dancing is just done without thinking like a “freestyle” or it could mean both like you choreograph a dance

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    2. I would say " I like New age music (or music from the New age). I've heard Nujabes' music from my friend (or My friend made me listen to Nujabes' music). His songs are really my style (or my type) of music. New age music and Nujabes' give me comfort. I wanna listen to his music (or "I want to..." If it's for a written conversation). I'm ready to make a choreography on his music (good). I want to make a beautiful choreography (or "I expect it to be beautiful" depends on what you meant...). Why do I like New age music? Why do I like sad music?".....It's my view on your text :) But it's good

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    2. Hi! I must admit I am not sure I will be totally correct, but I will point out some of your mistakes! Firstly, I think you mean to say “role model wanted” instead of “authority wanted”. The word ‘role model / leader’ is more appropriate to be used in your writing. ‘Authorities’ is usually used for the government. If you want to use the word ‘authority’ for a person, you can say ‘He has a lot of authority over (somebody).’ ROLE MODEL WANTED It is said that nowadays, it is hard to find people who can be role models for teenagers. (Use the word “leaders” instead of “authorities”.) Back then, people with incredible talent had ethical standards. However, now it appears that people who have achieved success and fame do not have any rules or limits. (Use the word ‘however’ to show that there is a difference between the past and now.) So whose example can the teenagers follow to avoid the destruction of humanity? (The use of “who’s is wrong. The correct word should be “whose”. “Who’s” means who is.)(Use “can” instead of “could”.)(It is “the” destruction of humanity not “a”.) The fact is, times are changing, and so are the norms. (“Lifestyle’s norms” sounds awkward to me.) Sometimes, what is unacceptable for an older person can be completely normal for a younger person. We cannot treat the life in the () way. (We can (I don’t understand this part.) our style upon person X, our diet upon person Y and our way of writing poems upon person Z. (“Writting” is wrong. The word is spelt with one t.) The development of the economy causes endless possibilities. (The article “the” is needed before the word “economy”. The word “enormous” means big, I think you mean many so I have used here the word “endless”.) Thanks to that, no matter what you are interested in, you can find some people who have obtained the master level in that field on the Internet. (“Whatever you are” instead of “whatever are you”. It is better to use “no matter what you are”. Use the word “field” instead of “branch”. It is “on” the Internet, not “in”.) Unavoidably, you admire those people / that person. You realise (I don’t understand what you mean.) (“Realise” is British, “realize” is American.) This type of people usually love to share their passion (knowledge and experience) with others. They make you understand that "yes, you can do it too, it is possible". The indisputable role model in the dance field that I have looked up to, for ages, is Galen Hooks. She is a dancer and choreographer from Los Angeles. Her choreographies on YouTube, which includes original dance moves, have intrigued me. Previously, I had never seen before, such precision and perfection of workmanship and acting in dance. When I had my first pleasure to take her classes, I saw a huge passion in her. While teaching us, she gave us precious tokens of advice (“Tokens of advice” is a common phrase. Learn to use it.) and remarks which I then analysed and regularly followed to correct the quality of my movements. She is my number one. To sum up, in our times, there are many more people who can be role models for teenagers than ever before in various fields, mainly thanks to the Internet. (Use “many” instead of “more”.) However we have to remember to choose wisely only the best characteristics of our role model to be inspired by. (“Use our brains” can be replaced with “wisely”.) Please ask if you have any questions.

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    2. The only thing I would fix is “the fans of them” -> “their fans.” The rest looks good to me!

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    2. I like the choreography of the overall performances of the band. Overall, I like the choreography of the band’s performances.

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