Travel, Tour and Trip 三个（表示旅行的）近义词
I have a question about the three words: travel, trip and tour. So I have a confusion about the three words.
In today’s programme, Yang Li and William Kremer travel the world in search of an answer to Justin's question.
The three words he mentions have similar, overlapping meanings, but we use them in slightly different ways. See if you can work out what they are by looking at these example sentences:
Do you enjoy travel?
I love to travel.
We’re travelling to London by car.
Last year Alfie and I went on an amazing tour of Europe. We went to Rome, Vienna, the Alps and finished in Paris.
On my trip to England this summer I aim to try lots of different beers.
We have six hours before our connecting flight. Surely we have time for a quick shopping trip in town?
The trip to the hospital was short but nerve-wracking.
Listen to the programme to find out if you have the right idea about how to use these words. You will also hear explanations for the following very useful terms:
- to go travelling
- a package tour
- a guided tour
- a day trip
- an outing
If you have a question about English, email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We may answer it on this programme.
to work out 猜出/判断
connecting flight 中转（飞机）航班