There are a lot of expressions in English about dancing. Choose the correct word from list A to complete the phrase in list B.
a ------- dance
burn up the dance -------
dance the ------- away
dance ------- to cheek
------- a boogie
it takes ------- to tango
make a ------- and dance about something
put on your dancing -------
strut your -------
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a slow dance = a romantic dance to slow music, so you can dance slowly with your partner. Traditionally, discos end with a slow dance: "I hate slow dances because I never have a partner!"
burn up the dance floor = to dance so well and energetically that people notice you: "John Travolta really burnt up the dance floor in Saturday Night Fever."
dance the night away = to dance all night long: "They danced the night away at the wedding."
dance cheek to cheek = have a slow, romantic dance where you put your face next to your partner's: "The happy couple danced cheek to cheek."
have a boogie = informal way of saying "have a dance": "Do you fancy a boogie at the weekend?"
it takes two to tango = expression meaning that it takes two people to do something: "Don't blame me for the mix-up. It takes two to tango, you know!"
make a song and dance about something = expression meaning that you make a big, often unnecessary fuss over something: "He made a real song and dance about choosing where to go for a day out. It's only a day, after all!"
put on your dancing shoes = to get ready to go dancing: "Come on! Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to boogie!"
strut your stuff = dance in a way that shows you to be a good dancer: "He just loves strutting his stuff down the disco!"
waltz off = to walk off somewhere as if you don't care: "When she accused him of not caring about her, he just waltzed off and left her in tears. He's completely heartless."