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    Can I say this way?

    They can go to a travel with their family.

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    Last edited by dido4; 13-Jan-2006 at 12:03.

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    I wouldn't- we rarely use 'travel' as a noun and not with 'to' as it's not a place. Try 'They can go on a trip with their family'.

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    Talking Re: travel

    or, "they can travel with their family" if you're married to the use of the word "travel."

    Sometimes the light's all shining on me
    Other times I can barely see
    Lately it occurs to me
    What a long strange trip it's been. Truckin', by the Grateful Dead

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