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    #1

    Peter and his wife drove

    Would you please correct the mistakes in my sentence. Is it correct to write "taking turns at" ?

    Peter and his wife drove around Europe, taking turns at the wheel.

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    Re: Peter and his wife drove

    Yes - that's fine.

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