Aprende el inglés auténtico de libros y películas.

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Our journey to Wales was lovely.
Our travel to Wales was lovely.

Travel is a verb, used to describe any type of movement from one place to another. Journey is the noun, but we also use (take a) trip for having a short journey: We took a trip to the seaside last Sunday. We also use travelling as a noun: Jim lows travelling. We use a possessive pronoun with travels as an idiom: Jenny is off on her travels again.

We use the noun travel in a general sense: She loves travel; in the plural: He has written a book about his travels.

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That grocer has plenty of clients.
That grocer has plenty of customers.
That lawyer has plenty of customers.
That lawyer has plenty of clients.

A person can be a customer at a shop, but a client of a lawyer, a bank, etc.

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What's the reason for a sandstorm?
What's the cause of a sandstorm?
You have a good cause of coming.
You have a good reason for coming.

A cause is that which produces a result. A reason is that which explains or justifies a result.

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I hurt a finger of my right foot.
I hurt a toe of my right foot.

Fingers are on the hand, and toes are on the foot.

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The strong wind blew her hat away.
The strong air blew her hat away.

Air is what we breathe, and wind is what makes the leaves of the trees move.

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