What would you like to do?
What do italian people dance to?
The most common eye colour is brown, because of ancient intermixing with peolpe of north africa and the middle east. there is higher frequency of lighter hair and eyes in nort…h italy
Yes lots of them can.
Lasagne tastes good, is filling, is very nutritious, the ingredients (except for meats) are easily stored, many even without refrigeration, like dried pasta. It can be m…ade with freshly made pasta as well. Part of the ingredients, like the sauce, can be made well in advance and canned or frozen for longer term storage. It is inexpensive to make and contents are easily obtained by ordinary people. It can be varied so it isn't boring as: with meat, without meat, with spinach as a vegetarian dish, with meatballs, with different cheeses, with onion, with mushrooms, with different herbs, etc. American people love lasagna, too! Although the most popular lasagne in the U.S. is the baked version, it can also be eaten without layering and baking for a quicker meal. You might think of it as the Italian version of a casserole.
Most of them do. Pasta originated in China but its current form became widespread in Italy. Pastas can taste completely different from each other such as Pesto, Marinara, …and Alfredo. Pasta can come in many different textures as well, such as Gnocchi and Penne.
The proverb you are probably referring to runs in English as "Eggs have no business dancing with stones." An obvious allusion to the dangers of mixing things and people …of a more delicate nature with others which or who are much harder.
I say people dance because the want to or they like it
Because they invented it and it has a good taste, but if you go in another country is not as good as in Italy.
Although generally somewhat darker in skin color than northern Europeans, Italians have been included among the "Whites" when such racist designations were an important part o…f the social structure.
some people dance because it is fun to do and some times pople do it cause it can help them exseris
Italians are very holy and all- arpund people. They are very loyal and Trustworthy and incredibly close to family. Even though they are short- tempered they can be very nice a…nd welcoming. Italians are very social. They are very hardworking. Non for nothing but they have and cook the best food. They are very attractive.
(I think) It is because they do not want to dance Ballet. According to what I have heard, Contemporary is supposed to be against Ballet, and it was supposed to be for people w…ho want to break free from the rules of Ballet. The woman that invented Contemporary probably learned Ballet and probably found it very restricted and questioned about (e.g.) why the positions were like that and why she could not do it another way. I think that is why she invented Contemporary.
Answer Old Sociological Viewpoint Dance is the only socially sanctioned physical contact between unmarried couples, the only way to interact with the opposite sex in an intima…te, politically correct way . People dance for either a living a for a hobby. I dance myself and i dance cause it's cool and fun. - I dance as a career. I have been dancing 15 years. I started dance as a hobby. Dance is good to bring people together and it's good to increase confidence. People also use dance as a fun way to keep fit and meet new people. - I disagree with the first sentence of this definition... people dance to celebrate. It doesn't have to be between unmarried couples or persons of the opposite sex. In many cultures men do celebration dances. And, some dances are ceremonial. Again, they may be celebrating something. Small children seem to dance when they're happy. Some dancing is spontaneous and some structured. People dance because they want to get fit Some people dance for money/awards/prizes and a lot of people dance because they Ike it and want to get better! I strongly disagree with the first sentence of this answer.
Traditional Chinese dances include the Dragon Dance, Dunhuang Dance, Er-ren Zhuan, the Lion Dance, and the Yangge.
Fandango, Paso Doble, Muneira ( Miller's Dance) and Latin