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    travel?journy?

    Could you possibly tell me what the difference is between these?

    1:our travel from paris to moscow by train was good.

    2.our journey from paris to moscow by train was good.

    (of course I know our travel is wrong but I dont know why???

    (could you please elaborate your explanations and give me some simple examples and answers.Thanks in advance.I am
    learning English now.).

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    Re: travel?journy?

    'Travel', uncountable, means 'travelling in general'.
    'Journey', countable' is one specific act of travelling.
    We have similar differences between work and job, poetry and poem, accommodation and apartment/flat/house/etc, news and piece of news/news item

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    Re: travel?journy?

    Quote Originally Posted by nima_persian View Post
    Could you possibly tell me what the difference is between these?

    1:Our travel from Paris to Moscow by train was good.

    2.
    Our journey from Paris to Moscow by train was good.

    (
    Of course I know 'our travel' is wrong but I don't know why. ???) It's not a question and we don't use question marks in threes anyway.

    (
    Could you please elaborate your explanations and give me some simple examples and answers.)

    Thanks in advance._I am learning English now.)Unnecessary.
    Capitalise proper nouns and the first word of every sentence.

    Rover

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