|How do you say||in Japanese?|
With kanji: 踊るのが好きだ。 And in Hiragana alone: 「おどるのがすきだ。」 "oh-doh-roo-no-gah-skee-da" The act of dancing is enjoyable [to me]. The act of dancing is something enjoyable. "I like dancing" requires that the verb 踊る （おどる） [oh-doh-roo] be paired with a nominalizer (noun-ifier) such as の [no] which turns a verb-phrase into a noun-phrase. To be more explicit as to who enjoys the dancing, you can put their identity before the particle は [wa]: わたしは、おどるのが、すきだ。 [watashi wa, odoru no ga, skee da]. As for me, I enjoy dancing. Jill-さんは、おどるのが、すきだ。 [jill-san wa, odoru no ga, skee da] As for Jill, she enjoys dancing.