How to use Cha-cha in a sentence

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  • Invite someone to teach guests the salsa or cha-cha at a fiesta-themed party, or hire a hula dancer to show off his or her moves at a luau party.

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  • A few more are the Waltz, Salsa, Merengue, Mambo, Tango, Samba, Cha-Cha, Rumba and Foxtrot to name but a few!

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  • A voice announced that the next dance would be a contest – the Cha Cha.

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  • He managed the attitude of the Cha Cha without the usual extreme movement of the hips.

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  • I just love to do the Cha Cha and Alex is a Prince!

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  • A voice announced that the next dance would be a contest – the Cha Cha.

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  • Begin by learning your major seventh chords since these are key components of Brazilian styles of music such as samba, cha cha and bossa nova.

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  • All cha cha tends is done to a 4/4 time beat, though some of the music will have specific triplets in them to accompany the shuffling step of the dance.

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  • Ballroom Cha cha - This variant puts the "cha cha cha" beat after the "two-three" beats, so that the count goes "cha-2-3-cha cha cha" with the last cha carrying over into the next measure.

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  • Cuban Street Cha Cha - Similar to Ballroom in rhythm, this one is only danced to the guajira rhythm.

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  • It's very easy to learn cha cha - the how of it, anyway.

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  • Regardless of how you start it, the way to do the full cha cha step is the same for both lead and follow.

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  • Both the lead and the follow learn cha cha the same way, just at different times.

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  • Anyone who wants to learn cha cha should start there, and soon they'll be chasse-ing all over town>.

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  • Line dances (including all official forms of social dance), fall into four different categories, namely the one step, two step, cha cha and waltz.

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  • Classic partner dances such as the Samba, Rumba and Cha Cha have enjoyed a distinct revival and are favorites of the younger generations of dancers.

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  • Today, after much research, development and international agreement, there are five recognized "Latin" dances - the Samba, Rumba, and Cha Cha (from Latin America), the Paso Doble (from Europe), and the Jive (from North America).

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  • Music may be traditional samba music, but ballroom samba dance mooves may be performed to the cha-cha, flamenco or other South American dance music.

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  • Uniquely American, urban ballroom integrates some of the moves from hip-hop and other forms of popular dance with the traditional moves of the cha-cha, tango, and other classic ballroom choreography.

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  • In addition to your observations in the amateur circuit, observe the pros in competition videos such as this Cha Cha of Oxana Lebedew and Franco Formica or this waltz of Arunas and Katyusha.

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