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Date: Apr 05 2018

Themes: Hobbies, Music, Party


1. Quote - Listen to the quote and guess what the slang means.

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“If you’re at my karaoke bar, and you know my choreo, I will probably sing with you.”

—Singer-Songwriter Lana Del Rey, speaking about singing and dancing with her fans at a local karaoke bar (Cosmopolitan)


1. Definition - Study the definition.

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planned dance moves; short for choreography

2. Use - Learn how the slang is used.

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Dance is good for the body and soul! It is one thing that all people can do in some way. Even if you just wiggle your finger, you can do a tiny dance to the music. But what about big dance shows or concerts? The dance that you see on stage is usually very professional and well planned. People work long and hard to make these choreos almost perfect.

A choreo is a planned dance. The word is short for choreography. First, a choreographer creates the dance. Then, the dancers must learn the dance. A dancer must work very hard to memorize and practice a choreo. Choreo should be the same every time! Singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey has choreos for many of her songs. Recently, she was at her favorite karaoke bar, and she heard two of her fans singing one of her songs. She quickly joined them on stage, singing and dancing the choero with them.

What is your favorite dance? Have you memorized any choreos?


1. Examples - Hear some example sentences.

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“Have you memorized our choreo, yet?”

“Beyoncé has amazing choreos in her music videos.”

“The choreo is my favorite part of any musical stage performance.”


1. Winners - See who guessed the slang definition correctly.

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