Acquired traits are the traits that are experienced by a person during his/her lifetime.
In acquired traits, changes in non-reproductive tissues (or somatic cells) are not passed on to the germ cells or progeny.
Examples include learning dance and riding a bike.
Inherited traits are distinguishing qualities or characteristics that a person acquires from his/her ancestors. In inherited traits, changes in the DNA are transmitted to the progeny. Examples include eye colour and skin colour.