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Please, tell me which of the following sentences is correct.
1) They will make you dance.
2) They will make you a dance.
I don't agree with no. 2 as preposition with dance isn't required. Am I correct?
But you know, the second one was used when a person appreciated the dance of a group. In their appreciation, she said to the audience that they were so good that they would make you A DANCE. So, in this context, I think she should have used the number 1, ( make you dance) because they were so good that their performance would force us to dance. What do you say? ( It was the group of Journalism students. They participated in a dance competition. So , in the end , the vice principal said that they are our future journalists . I'm sure they will make you a dance.) :-S ...
Last edited by Roselin; 08-Oct-2008 at 15:17.
Your interpretation is correct in that context, Roselin.
Thanks for your reply, Jlinger!
Thank you, Roselin.
For this thread.