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Avoid using play in the sense game. Play means amusement: He is fond of play.
Only girls and women wear dresses; anyone can wear suits (a jacket with trousers or a skirt). Clothes is a general word: John (or Mary) is wearing new clothes.
We say a man in full evening dress, or morning dress for traditional, formal clothes.
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.
A habit belongs to the individual, but a custom belongs to a society or country
Take care not to say my house, his house, or your house when you should say home. A house is any building used for dwelling in, and home is the particular house in which someone is living.
Home may also denote one's own country. When an Englishman abroad says: I'm going home this summer, he means going to England.