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    I want to take you to the moon to dance while admiring the beautiful view of earth.

    I want to take you to the moon to dance while admiring the beautiful view of earth. (Can I use to dance?)

    I am trying to write a love letter, I am not sure if I am saying it correctly. Please, I need help.

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    Re: I want to take you to the moon to dance while admiring the beautiful view of eart

    not a teacher

    Your sentence is OK grammatically but it's a little awkward.
    Perhaps: "I want to dance with you on the moon as we enjoy the beautiful view of earth."

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