Travel vs. Trip – English Vocabulary One Point Lesson

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Travel vs.Trip
Keep in mind…TRAVEL is a verb

  • I like to travel.
  • Jim travels a lot for business.

But…TRIP is a noun. You can go on a trip or take a trip:

  • I went on a trip with some friends in January.
  • We took a trip to Montreal last weekend.

How about you? When was the last time you traveled? How was your trip?
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