Fondu (knee bent ex" ")
Arabesque (extention on the leg to the back)
Fouette (Repeated turn with a whip of the leg)
Piroette (A full turn from a position other than tondu)
Chaine (A chain if many turns always small and in first position)
Hope this helps.
The first position involves the person stands with his or her hands folded towards oneself, the second position involves the person standing with legs and hands apart, the third position has one hand folded on the chest and the other extended outwards, the fourth has one foot in front of the other one hand extended and the other raised over the head in an arch. The Grand Jeté has the dancer jumping with legs split and hands raised, Grand Pilé involving both knees bent and hands folded forward, the Arebesque has one leg raised and hands spread out. The Tondue has one leg ahead of the other, one hand raised and one hand stretched out.
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That is a combination of outstanding jumps and beats or a series of brilliant pirouettes.