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    #1

    great or greatly

    Which one is correct ...I dance great or greatly???
    Thank you!

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    #2

    Re: great or greatly

    'I dance greatly' is wrong.
    'I dance great' is informally acceptable.
    'I'm a great dancer' is fine.

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    #3

    Re: great or greatly

    Or 'My dancing is great'.

    ('His dancing is greatly over-rated! - you can use the -ly adverb there. )

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    #4

    Re: great or greatly

    thank you

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    #5

    Re: great or greatly

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