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Hi guys! My name is Connie Hale. Thanks for joining me here at expertvillage.com. We’re working on some intermediate tap steps right now. This is the second time step we’re going to go over. I’m going to show you it first, and then we’ll break it down. Alright. What did I just do? It’s hop, shuffle, step, f-lap, step, stomp. Let me really quick decipher a stomp and stamp. Stamp, you keep it down. I want you to think of putting a stamp on a piece of paper: it stays there. That’s your stamp. Stomp, it comes back up again. This is stomp, down, up. So stamp, keep it down. Stomp comes back up. So, lets put that into the hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, stomp. Alright, hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, and stomp, comes back up, hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, stomp, hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, stomp. Let’s take that to the side, here we go. Hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, stomp, hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, stomp. Alright, let’s bring that up a little bit faster, put it all together. Hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, stomp. If you can say your feet can do it. Can’t say it, feet won’t do it. Hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, stomp, here we go. Hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, stomp, hop, shuffle, step, flap, step, stomp. There it is, that’s your second time step. Let’s bring it up to speed to a little bit so you can hear how it goes. Here we go. Notice how the arms…always have arms. Nobody likes dangling participles when you’re dancing. Alright, thanks guys!