Todd: So， Katia and Fred， we're talking about your dance school， and before we were talking about the belly dance， and Katia you do the belly dance， but you also do Salsa.英语文章
Fred: That's right， Todd.
Todd: And that takes two?
Fred: That takes two. It takes two to salsa.
Todd: It takes two to salsa. So you are part of the salsa team?
Fred: Yes. If we could call it a team， I mean，
Fred: It's mostly Katia teaching me how to dance and then I try to pass it onto the others.
Katia: That's not true. Fred... Fred is a very good teacher， very humble but where I think we make a very good team: We're both patient and we know what a student is struggling and that's the important part.
Fred: And it's also good to have partners like this to teach other people， whether they're partners or not， want to learn salsa， to me to learn about a special move and then the women would have a tendency of going more towards Katia so we're making... striking a perfect balance in teaching， I think.
Todd: Now， do you get a fair balance of students， of male to female students， for salsa class?
Katia: Right now， we have more women than men so hopefully we'll have a balance in there， but yeah.
Fred: I guess women are more open towards taking dance lessons than men are. Maybe men feel a bit scared. I don't know. How do you feel， Todd? to the school?
Todd: Well， you know what，， but I have to admit my feeling would be that I would be intimidated. That I would look really foolish， so yeah. I think most guys would probably feel the same way.
Fred: Yeah， that's why we have more girls I think.
Katia: Unfortunately， but the truth is from what I've heard from the guys， from the men， they do want to learn how to dance.
Todd: Yeah， it does sound fun. It does.
Katia: And women also like it. Women like for the men to dance， and especially in Salsa， it's the man is the leader，so it's very important that the man is who leads.
Todd: That sounds like more pressure.
Katia: No， no， no. Well， you learn how to be a good leader and how to lead， and the woman how to follow.
Todd: So， let's say somebody goes to your school， like myself and they have two left feet. They cannot dance. How long does it take to where you can do a salsa reasonably well?
Katia: We... right from the beginning， at least we can a little bit， where the person is and does it， or not. From the first class， you dance with a par， so it might take in one step， it might take a long time， so it depends on people that are in the class， and it all depends on the person.
Todd: Right. So some people learn faster than others.
Fred: But definitely after one class， you will have learned a minimum two steps.
Todd: OK. Really.
and try it out.
Fred: Please do.
Katia: Please do.