@<a href="http://www.typologycentral.com/forums/members/16382.html" target="_blank">Ene</a> -- thank you!
@<a href="http://www.typologycentral.com/forums/members/9310.html" target="_blank">uumlau</a> -- I *saw* you thank that post. Would you be willing to do the same thing for a beginning dance move? Say, the first couple of steps in a waltz?
Heh. There is so much more to dancing than the steps, and each dance has its own frame, its own structure, independent of rhythm and music.
So let's start with a simple frame.
^^^ This is 90% of dancing. Other dances have different frames, but without the frame you're just going through the motions, following recipes, not dancing.
A simple step in waltz looks like this:
There's a reason I'm posting videos is that you can't actually teach dance moves with words. The steps aren't enough. Even pictures and videos aren't enough. Only by doing it and practicing it do you actually learn anything. It's kind of like driving. It doesn't matter whether you learn all the rules of the road and how the controls of the car work, you have to get the FEEL of the controls, and an instinctive understanding of the rules. Because when things happen, you have to react quickly, without thinking. If you spend time thinking, you will not do what you need to do in time.
An argument is two people sharing their ignorance.
A discussion is two people sharing their understanding, even when they disagree.