What does fallible?
fallible • \FAL-uh-bul\ • adjective. 1 : liable to be erroneous 2 : capable of making a mistake.
Is Forte Latin?
From Italian forte, from Latin fortis (“strong”).
How many English words have Latin roots?
Though Latin itself has often been referred to as a dead language, it is very much alive in the 80% of English terms that are borrowed directly from the ancient language and the over 60% of English words that have roots in Latin and Greek.
What does daught mean?
Daught was an old Scottish term for a wild, unnatural taste. Thus, something with such a flavour was described as having daught.
What is Latin American dance?
Latin dances are rather a large group of dance styles that are united by their place of origin – Latin America and invariably passionate rhythms and performances. Latin American dances are a type of ballroom and club dances that spread throughout Europe in the 19th century and became very popular.
Who is the grandfather of Latin dance?
It is commonly referred to as the grandfather of Latin dance. Rumba hit the United States during the 1920’s, and laid the groundwork for all Latin dances thereafter.
What is a bolero dance?
This dance is danced on “2”. The Bolero is the slowest of the American Rhythm Latin dances. In this dance the partners push off their feet strongly in order to make big steps and there is a rise and fall used through out. Lastly, this dance has a lot of upper body shaping (similar to Waltz and other smooth dances).
What is the difference between “on 1” and “on 2” Latin dance?
Overall the “On 2” style has a smoother and slower feeling to it than the “on 1” style. This Latin dance originated from the Dominican Republic. In this dance both partners move from side to side, incorporating body action and hip action.