I want to express I dance and the dance is showing someone else’ happiness instead of ‘I dance happily.’ So does ‘I dance in his happy way’ sound natural to native English speakers?

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No, "I dance in his happy way" is not a natural way to phrase it. What you are saying with "I dance in his happy way" is that his method of dancing is happy and you are imitating it.

A more natural way to say what you want would be I dance happily for him or I dance with happiness for him.

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