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30/09/2015
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Travel – a verb used to show when someone goes from one place to another.

  • I like to travel a lot, I’ve been to every continent!

Trip – A noun that denotes a visit to a new environment, usually for a short amount of time.

  • We had a fantastic trip to The Alps, but it was cold!

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Journey – The amount of travelling required to reach a destination.

  • It was a long journey, it took 6 hours! 

Tour – Travelling to many different places during one trip.

  • We took a tour of Italy, we visited Milan, Rome and Florence. It was great!

Voyage – the same as journey, but an older word.

  • The pirates went on a long voyage looking for treasure.

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Cruise – As a travelling noun, it means to travel on a boat in which you also sleep and stay. It’s like a resort on the water.

  • We took a luxury cruise to The Caribbean, it was amazing.

Crossing – The process of travelling across a body of water. Usually a short trip.

  • The crossing from England to France is much longer by boat than by plane!

Excursion – A planned trip to visit a few landmarks or points of interest.

  • We went on an excursion through the hills.

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Expedition – A trip designed for discovery and furthering of knowledge.

  • The explorers planned an expedition to the Mayan ruins.

Flight – The process of travelling by air travel.

  • The flight from New York to Tokyo was so long!

 

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