faire de la danse classique

nepotisme

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French
Hello, How do you say " faire de la danse classique"? Is it " to do ballet dancing"? or "to do ballet"? or ... ?
Thanks for your help.
 
  • la grive solitaire

    Senior Member
    United States, English
    I've heard both ballet and ballet dancing, but prefer ballet; it's usually to take ballet but could be to do ballet, depending on the sentence:

    I did ballet when I was a child.

    She takes ballet lessons on Wednesdays.

    We took ballet when we were growing up.

    She started taking lessons in ballet in college.

    He prefers ballet to jazz.
     
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