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Context: We are witnessing their efforts seeing their dance performance.

They made excellent dance performances through their tremendous effort.

They made excellent dance performances with their tremendous effort.

Please check these sentences. How can we say them in a better way with "tremendous effort"?

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kumenglishHow can we say them in a better way with "tremendous effort"?

It does not work. If you visibly notice any "tremendous effort" then the dancers are amateurs and unskilled.

A skilled dancer makes their performance seem effortless.

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kumenglishHow can we say them in a better way with "tremendous effort"?

I don't think you can. "Tremendous effort" makes it sound laborious.

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Okay, thanks. Can you please suggest any suitable adjective, instead of it and correct the sentence?

kumenglish

Okay, thanks. Can you please suggest any suitable adjective, instead of it and correct the sentence?

I'd love to, but only you know what you want to say.

I want to appreciate their dance performance and effort.

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kumenglish

I want to appreciate their dance performance and effort.

I'm not trying to be difficult. I am told it comes all too easily to me, though. I would not appreciate the effort that dancers use. That makes it sound like they looked like it was hard work for them, but it is their job to make it look effortless.

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