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    #1

    ''taking into account that...''


    "Taking into account that it's the first time you drive a car like this, I'd say that you are a pretty good pilot!"


    Hi,
    Is the sentence above grammatically correct, please? Does it sound good and natural English, Please?
    Thanks.

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    Exclamation Re: ''taking into account that...''

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    "Taking into account that it's the first time you drive a car like this, I'd say that you are a pretty good pilot!"

    Hi,
    Is the sentence above grammatically correct, please? Does it sound good and natural English, Please?
    Thanks.
    It is grammatically ok, but i would prefer like this:
    Considering the fact that you are driving a car for the first time like this, I'd say that you are a pretty good driver!

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