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    Smile Is this phrase correct?

    Is this phrase correct?
    (his fingers are dancing on the steering wheel with the music that comes from the radio)
    if itís correct, I wish that somebody could write it in a performed style,
    thanks in advance


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    Re: Is this phrase correct?

    Your basic sentence is:

    His fingers are dancing on the steering wheel, to the music on the radio.

    I'm not sure what you mean by "performed" style; but others will suggest other ways of expressing this.

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    Re: Is this phrase correct?

    Hi befrank

    Adding to David's suggestion,
    His fingers are dancing on the steering wheel(,) to the beat of the music on the radio.

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