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TRAVEL

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volkan yavuz

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Transcript of TRAVEL

TRAVEL
Travel
is a general word. It is an uncountable noun and a verb.
Travel
brodens the mind. How did you
travel
round Australia? We hitch-hiked.
Voyage
means a long journey usually by sea, though this use is quite formal. It is often used in other contexts with discovery. Learning English is a
voyage
of discovery !
To get a seat- on time /
punctually
Rough/
a calm sea
TRANSPORT
Kinds of vehicle :
Car, bus, coach, tram, van, lorry
ROAD
Parts of vehicle :
Boot, steering, wheel
People working with it :
Driver, motorist, mechanic, chauffeur
Associated words :
Petrol station, break down, break down service
RAIL
Kinds of vehicle :
High-speed train, express
Parts of vehicle :
Sleeping car, buffet, coach
People working with it :
Ticket collector, conductor
Associated words :
Platform, seat reservation
SEA
Kinds of vehicle :
Liner, ferry, yacht
Parts of vehicle :
Deck, bridge, gangway
People working with it :
Captain, steward (ess)
Associated words :
Port, cabin, cruise
Kinds of vehicle :
Aircraft, jumbo, jet, helicopter
Parts of vehicle :
Cockpit, wingsi aisle
People working with it :
Ground staff, cabin crew, air traffic controller
Associated words :
Duty-free shop, terminal, runway, security
AIR
JOURNEY, TRIP, TRAVEL, VOYAGE
A
trip
is usually shorter than a
journey.
We
had a long journey
by coach from the north to the south of the country. We usually say
business trip
(NOT business journey). We
took a trip/ went on a trip
to the beach last weekend. (
Go on a trip
suggests an organised short excursion whereas
take a trip
or
have a trip
could be something you do yourselves in your own car.)
Collocations And Expressions Connected with Travel
Severely delayed /
delayed for a very long time
Stuck at the airport /
unable to move from
Put me up /
paid for me to stay
Put me on standby-early morning/
Promised me a seat if one became available
A bumpy landing /
we landed in a way that was not smoooth
Get airsick/
feel sick because of the movement of the plane; more formal= suffer from airsickness
Had jetlag/
feeling of tiredness caused by moving quickly from one time zone to another
Suffered from seasickness/

less formal = got seasick
COMMON MISTAKES
We don't stay ' a travel' .
Travel
is an uncountable noun.
After we left the airport, we had a long
journey
by car.( NOT we had a long travel)
Remember, we say on time, not in time when we mean ''punctually''.
The train arrived
on time

and I picked her up at the station. (NOT The train arrived in time)
Volkan YAVUZ
Muharrem DONERTAS
Omurcan COBAN
Neslihan SIMSEK
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