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Monday, 7 April 2014

Fandango

Welcome to the A-Z April blogging challenge. We are participating with a daily dose of vocabulary by selecting an unusual word and making a sentence with it.


FANDANGO

- one of the main folk dances in Portugal

"Attendees will be treated to a rendition of the fandango performed by professional dancers from Portugal."

How would you use this word in a sentence?

6 comments:

Damaria Senne said...

I thought I'd seen the word used in the context of something bad and when I did some checking just now, I saw the word can be used to indicate an argument, even a fight.

Jolie du Pre said...

Thanks for educating us on the meaning of this word. I'll be back to your blog for more learning!

Precious Monsters

Sania Heba said...

That sure is a new word for me. Thanks for sharing!
Sania @ Fragile Words

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger (大哥) said...

Thanks Damaria, it's good to know the multiple meaning of words

Thanks for visiting Jolie and Sania, hope to see you again :)

Bradley Charbonneau said...

I've worked in the naming / branding industry for years so this is fun to see you pulling out names (that are now used as brand names, at least in the States) and showing us their original meanings.

Visiting via A to Z from Pass the Sour Cream

Naila Moon said...

Here it is the name of a company for movie tickets. ;)