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    I would like to feel better when I'm travelling/when I travel

    Hi everyone,

    I'm trying to figure out which one is correct, but for some reason both sound okay to me, and I can find arguments for both:

    I would like to feel better when I'm travelling/when I travel

    Can you help me figure this out, please?
    Thank you,

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    Re: I would like to feel better when I'm travelling/when I travel

    Welcome to the forums. Both are grammatically correct. Don't forget to end the sentence with a full stop.
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