Travel vs. Trip Posted on May 26, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet rental property travel travel vlog Trip vacation 33 thoughts on “Travel vs. Trip” I'd like to go to Japan. My trip must, necessary, have the most Tokio's sightseeings so I could enjoy my full trip.I'm not a usual traveler but if I've a chance I definetily would take it.Is it okay?Grettings from Puebla, México.Reply Я поняла, что видео очень полезноеReply I understood in what distinction. many thanks. for an imfa.Reply Traveling is wonderful and can give us new emotion. The problem is that traveling is such an expensive hobby and you should have enough free time. One day my girlfriend and I would like to travel to Scandinavia. I mean Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Meanwhile, I planned a short trip to Prague. I’m leaving in a month and I’ll be there four days. I’ve read that there is a magic Christmas atmosphere. I hope well because I’ll have to put in practice my English skills. I don’t know to speak the local language 😅😂Reply Dear sir,Please do explain the word journey to me.Appreciate you assistance.Love from India.Reply wonderful videosReply difference betwn trip and excursion…..!!!Reply It is really helpful ! I love it! thanks a lotReply You’re fantastic!Reply I love your voice!!!!!!👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻Reply WowReply Great! Congrats! 👏👏👏👏👏Reply I'd like to travel to Great Britain with my younger daughter in late May, 2018. I've been planning day trips outside London, too. Traveling is one of my hobbies. Be careful not to trip over steps or other objects when you are taking photos of sightseeing spots.Reply The best trip i have ever been was in Giza city, in Egypt, where the great Egyptian pyramids are. and of course, I like travelling with my family. If I have the opportunity to visit you, I would do my best to travel to your city.Reply Hi, I would like to enquire about the statement at the minute "7" which is "My job involves a lot of travel." Why is it written, "travel" and not "travels"? Thanks in advance my marvelous teacher.Reply thanks for helping I like your videosReply I enjoy your videos very much, thanks!Reply I have watched one of the best videoReply I liked you video. Thank so much!Reply Thanks Teacher for all your videos you posted.Reply travel = viajartrip = viaje <.< no era necesario un video para explicarlo simplemente memorización o entenderlo por contextoReply I've just subscribed to your amazing channel .Reply I have understood the differences ..many thanks.Reply It was helpful 😊Reply Great videoReply However, if you let me put forward a suggestion, speak more naturally, like native-speakers really do. You speak very slowly. That sounds unnatural sometimes. Sorry to say so. It is only a suggestion. Go ahead. I wish you the best.Reply You explained the subject very clearly. Nice!Reply very dificultyReply thank you very much. I like this video ;DReply May I ask a question: in 3:38, it is said that "travel is not a countable noun," then why do we have plural form of "travels" as in "write about your travels" in 6:37?Reply Thank you very much.Reply thank you very much 🙂Reply Really useful video with the differences between TRAVEL and TRIP.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.