Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Trip vs. Travel


Trip and travel - two words that create confusion for many English language learners. So what is the difference? Why do students get confused?

Have a look at the examples below and see if you can figure out the difference for yourself. Come back tomorrow for the answer and some practice.
  • Have a nice trip!
  • Travel with us again soon.
  • I am taking a trip this Sunday.
  • I am traveling to Cuenca this Sunday.
  • We plan to travel soon.
  • Let's go on a shopping trip next week!
  • After she graduated from high school, she spent a year traveling all over Europe.
  • Is there going to be a school trip this year?
  • I travel to work by train.
  • The trip from Chicago to Minneapolis takes about 8 hours by car.
  • I thought I might take a trip to the Amazon river basin sometime this year.
Picture from www.destination360.com.

2 comments:

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