Common English expressions related to 'DANCE'

source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2015年9月4日
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1) put on your dancing shoes -
Get ready for dancing and to have a great time.
Example - Come on Sharon, Put on your dancing shoes we are going cubing tonight.

2) Have two left feet -
To move in a very awkward way while dancing.
Example - I'm sorry,I can't dance like you do,I have two left feet.

3) to boogie -
To dance on fast upbeat rock n roll music
Example - Let's go boogie tonight.

4) Strut your Stuff -
To enjoy dancing in a very confident manner in order to be noticed by the others.
Example - You should get on the dance floor and strut your stuff.

5) A slow dance -
A slow,romantic partner dance swaying to the music.
Example - She had a slow dance with Tony at the party last night.

6) Dance cheek to cheek -
To dance very closely with someone .
Example - Everyone looked at Sharon and John dance cheek to cheek

7) Burn up the dance floor -
To dance too much in an amazing manner.
Example - You need to burn up the dance floor tonight, it's your birthday.

8) Dance the night away -
To dance all night long.
Example - Those two dance the night away.

Vocabulary LIFE AND DEATH (upper intermediate or advanced) Lesson 4

source: MrSkypelessons     2015年2月12日

heavily pregnant
to have a baby
to give birth to twins
to have a miscarriage
to have an abortion
to deliver a baby by caesarian section
antenatal, prenatal, postnatal
to be christened / baptised
to adopt / foster a child

to be single / engaged / married / divorced
to go out with s.o
to propose (marriage)
to pop the question
they broke off their engagement
Their marriage broke down
they broke up / split up last year
bride, groom, best man, bridesmaid

to retire
to pass away
to pass on
to grieve / mourn
to bury
to cremate
an undertaker
a coffin
a grave (yard)
a will
to inherit
an heir
to send your sincere condolences