Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hello and welcome to LetThemTalk. Today we're going look at the difference between travel, trip, journey and voyage. Words that are often confused. Travel, is usually a verb for example when I travel I always take a camera Sometimes we can use travel as a compound noun for example, business travel or air travel. We can also use travel as a plural noun for example, he wrote a book about his travels across Africa. However, we don't use travel as a singular noun, do not say "last weekend I had a good travel". The word journey means going from one place to another. We can use journey to talk about long distance...Our journey to Australia took 20 hours. or for a short distance.... this afternoon I'm going to make a journey across Paris on my kick scooter. We use trip to talk about more than one journey and the time you spend in a place. So for example, we spent one month in London, it was a great trip. We ask "how was your business trip?", because we are interested in what happened at the important meeting and not in the journey. A voyage is a journey we make by boat or in space. The Titanic sank on its maiden voyage. That's it....more English language videos coming soon.