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What is the difference between
"Elle aime la danse" and "Elle aime danser" ?

  • French -

    In the first sentence, danse is a noun. It means "She loves dance."

    In the second sentence, danser is a verb. The sentence means "She loves to dance."

  • French -

    Hope you only had these 2 questions; it's all I saw.

    Elle aime la danse. = She likes dance. The dance is a noun but the translation of "the" is usually left out.

    Elle aime danser = She likes TO dance. "Danser" is the infinitive = "to dance."

    Essentially it is a difference of "part of speech."

    EEK! I see Ms. Sue already got it! Sorry, but we both say the same thing! :)


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