Trip VS travel

Hi Guys


We continue our journey through the world of English. I would like to talk to you today about two words which are often confused, these words are “trip” and “travel”. Of course, these are both related to holidays and going to different places but what exactly is the difference between “trip” and “travel”? The main difference is that “trip” is a noun, for example you can say “I took a lovely trip to Germany, last year”, that is a noun. We can also “take a trip to the beach”, a day “trip” where we go for one day. It is a “trip” so it is a noun.


Whereas “travel” is a verb. A good example is “I travelled to Germany, last year” or “I am travelling to the beach by car, today”. Be careful of not confusing those words “trip” is a noun, “travel” is a verb.


Thank you, see you next time.

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