Some of today’s beginners will become excellent dancers, and you improve when you learn to dance well with people at different levels. But if you ignore them now, some of them won't dance with you as they mature. Worse, some will get discouraged and drop out, telling others it's not worth the effort to get started. It’s a partner dance and everybody wins with a constant flow of new people joining the fun.
This is one of those balance issues. You may not want to spend your entire night dancing with beginners, but don't ignore them either. If you see someone regularly, and they are improving, ask them to dance occasionally and encourage them. Being a snob will cost you over time.
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