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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 cause is that which produces a result. A reason is that which explains or justifies a result.
Price is the amount of money paid by the customer. Cost is the amount paid by the shopkeeper. We can say How much does it cost?
Value is the usefulness or importance of something. The value of milk as a food, the value of education. Face value is the amount printed on a piece of-paper-money or on a postage stamp.
In English, these two words are carefully distinguished: wife is the woman in a marriage. Both husbands and wives can be referred to as partners.