The Philadelphia Dance Center put a sweet spin on its popular ballet class for Valentine’s Day this year by inviting the dancers’ fathers to join in on the fun. On the evening of February 14, the dancing dads joined the young ballerinas for a special daughter and dad ballet class. Led by their daughters, the men spun, leapt, and pirouetted to classic pieces like Tchaikovsky’s “Waltz of the Flowers.
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Americans may technically share a language with their British neighbors/neighbours, but that doesn’t mean that each country’s version of English is identical. As illustrated in an ingenious infographic by GrammarCheck—a website that offers editing and proofreading services—there are numerous differences between British and American English, from subtle spelling changes to entirely different designations for common concepts. Rendered in a colorful and minimalist style, the infographic presents 63 differences between the two branches of English.
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