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The frenchThat is why all the moves are french
No, it actually didn't, even though the Classical Ballet words are in French. Classical Ballet first started in Italy!
Ballet, although sounding French, actually began in Italy as a form of interpretive dance for fencing.
Ballet is spelled the same in French.
Ballet is French.
Ballet is French so yes
it is " le ballet ", ballet is a masculine
Ballet as a dance style originated in France, which is why the word "ballet" as well as most of the steps and terminology in ballet are French.
I take ballet and I have been in 7 Nutcrackers and 1 Cinderella! The word " ballet " is from French! All of the different moves and positions we do we speak French!!!!!!
Ballet terms are in French.
Ballet is mostly french
Ballet is pronounced the same in French, as it is a French word. It is pronounced 'Bah-lay'.
The word ballet comes from french every word used in ballet is also said in french
It originated in Italy, but in the 17th and 18th centuries the dominant centre of ballet was the French Royal Court, which is why most ballet terms are French.
when did ballet folklorico start and where did it spread
Ballet started in France, which is why all ballet terms are in French.
Nothing, the ballet terms are french.
Ballet was originated many years ago. Most of the steps in ballet today are said in french, so I would say that ballet is french.
The ballet was actually french, but was started in Russia
Sauté is jump in ballet.
ballet was originated in France so all the steps and things are in their language (french)
Yes, as in Ballet Dancing. -Bay
because ballet was originated in France
Your question is unclear, but ballet is a french word.