Grade Three Questions

What part of the leg does turn out come from?
What does ‘Temps lié’ mean?
Linking steps
Joining steps
Stepping forward
What is the difference between a glissé and a glissade?
A glissé moves and a glissade stays in place
A glissade moves and a glissé stays in place
Where should the body weight be in a weight transference?
On the front foot
In the centre
On the back foot
In the ‘Ronds de jambes’ exercise does the Coda turn in towards the barre or away from the barre?
Away from the barre
Towards the barre
In an attitude en l’air what is the highest the foot or the knee?
What does ‘Fondu’ mean?
To melt
To bend
To lower
What is the ending for the boys version in the ‘Battement fondu and attitude prep’ exercise?
Demi detourne
Retire passé
Temps lie
When is the first time we see a Retire Passé in the syllabus?
Grade Three
Grade Two
Grade One
What is the time signature for ‘Classical walks with port de bras’?
Tango 4/4
What arabesques are in the ‘Set adage’ exercise?
1st, 2nd & 3rd
1st & 3rd
Arabeque ecarte, 1st, 2nd & 3rd
In the ‘Assembles over and under’ exercise is it the students choice or the examiners choice which one is performed in the exam or are they both performed?
On what alignment are the Balances taken on?
De Côte
What leg does a Pas de chat start with?
Back leg
Depends on what the next step is
Front leg