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    enjoy traveling together

    Do you prefer to travel alone or with other people?
    * I like to travel with other people because we can enjoy traveling together, talking about the country and not being alone. So, I haven't traveled alone.

    Are the underlined all suitable?

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    Re: enjoy traveling together

    Yes, they're both (not "all") fine.
    I am not a teacher.

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