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    #1

    During your journey, ...is this right?

    During your journey, frame the stunning natural beauty and spectacular scenery from the train window. or

    During the journey, frame the stunning natural beauty and spectacular scenery from your train window.


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    Re: During your journey, ...is this right?

    Both 'your' and 'the' are correct, but 'frame' is the wrong verb. Use 'enjoy', 'admire' or 'drink in'.

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