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dance in English:

1. danced danced

We danced to the music for hours until we were all exhausted.
She danced with him.
Tom played the accordion while Mary danced.
Even though she was a heavy woman, she danced well.
We sang, danced and chatted after dinner.
The girl danced in a way that brought joy to the audience.
Isadora Duncan danced with such grace that she was invited to dance in Europe.
Mary has danced since she was five.
The other animals of the forest came to watch the wedding dance, and they, too, danced all night in the moonlight.
Half-forgotten music danced through his mind.
The little girl danced, with her eyes shining.
All the other little rabbits came out to see how happy they both were, and they danced in a wedding circle around the little black rabbit and little white rabbit.
The performers danced whilst singing - they performed extremely well.
Emi danced the most beautifully of the three girls.
There was genius in the way the girl danced.

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

Verbs: Present Simple - Past Simple
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