Student or Learner
I would like to know which of these sentences are correct.
a)She dances to every kind of disco music.
b)She's dancing to every kind of disco music.
c)She used to dance to every kind of disco music.
I want to present it as a statement or a fact for my friend who is asking at my girlfriend.
I think that b) is used when we are e.g. at a disco party and she is dancing when we are talking about that. It's happening right now.
What about a) and c)?
More common is c), I think, when dancing is her habit or so...
But what if I use a)? Does it sound weird for English speaking people?
and what about "to every kind of disco music" and "to all kind of disco music"?
Which is more usual by native speakers?
Perhaps I'm naive, but isn't disco one type of music? How many types of disco music are there?
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.