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    Quantitative Aptitude - Simplification Questions - 02
    English Grammar
    A trip (n.) is the act of going to another place (often for a short period of time) and returning.
  • We took a five-day trip to the Amazon.
  • You're back from vacation! How was your trip?
  • I went on business trips to Switzerland and Germany last month.

    Use the verbs "take" and "go on" with trip. Always use trip (not travel) after a and the, and after possessives like my, your, our, their, his, and her:
  • I bought this hat on my last travel trip to Europe.
  • She got really sick on the travel trip to the island.
  • Our travel trip to Disneyland was very memorable.

    A round-trip ticket is a ticket for going and coming back; and a one-way ticket is only for going.

    The verb travel means going to another place (in general).
  • I really like to travel.
  • He travels frequently for work.
  • My sister is currently traveling through South America.

    Travel (n.) can be used to describe the act of traveling in general:
  • Travel in that region of the country is dangerous.
  • World travel gives you a new perspective.

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