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Travel, Trip, and Journey - Confusing English Words

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Patel Vidhu (3 months ago)
Travel is used to mean the general activity of moving from place to place. Trip is often said going out somewhere.
tete pascoal (1 year ago)
had an interview situation that the guy asked me about what had the best in my city, which has many beautiful beaches, I was in doubt on speaking bitches or beaches, I'm still studying English for me the sound seems the same, it was embarrassing. lol
Wakane (1 year ago)
So how many hours/days/months before a trip becomes a journey? It seems, in a non-methaphorical sentence, they're both interchangeable unless a clear standard is defined.
Be Happy (1 year ago)
I am an English teacher from Egypt. I appreciate your simple and clear explanation . I send you all my regards
Be Happy (1 year ago)
Excellent explanation. Thank you my dear teacher,
Espresso English (1 year ago)
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johnson dave (1 year ago)
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Espresso English (1 year ago)
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Moair Tinoco (1 year ago)
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Espresso English (1 year ago)
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meichal seleban (1 year ago)
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Espresso English (1 year ago)
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GIL SANDRO GOMEZ (1 year ago)
This video is really clear. I appreciate your explanation.
Espresso English (1 year ago)
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Proud Son Of Algeria (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for this useful explanation
Espresso English (1 year ago)
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