Holidays

Vocabulary exercises to help learn words for talking about holidays.

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Submitted by BolatPlus on Mon, 03/06/2024 - 07:19

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Caravan is a home on a wheels. 

Ticket is a paper which we can use to get on a train, or enter a museum 

 

Ticket is a doument Which is made from paper

Submitted by DzhusAngela on Wed, 17/01/2024 - 09:23

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I usually go to the trip in other country,but when I have a few days I go for mountains or visit new city near my city.

Submitted by Toan3002 on Fri, 05/01/2024 - 15:23

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If I had a bunch of money, I would like to travel abroad during the holidays.

Submitted by DoraX on Mon, 25/09/2023 - 09:28

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Hello LearnEnglish Team,
Are the phrases "catch some rays" and "soak up the sun" pretty much the same in meaning (considering their meaning to be "sit in the sun or sunbathe")?

Submitted by Safe_Mode on Sat, 12/08/2023 - 10:49

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Submitted by Safe_Mode on Sat, 12/08/2023 - 10:46

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I was in Marmaris in Turkey on these holidays in July. I rode the motorcycles I took for rent. I don't like excursions and I just took the guide to find the common places for tourists and went there on motorcycle. I rode e-scooters too you can get it for rent through the app. I swam in the sea, of course, but I'm not a sea lover, actually. In the end of our trip I took some photo, I love photography and Marmaris is a great place for this.

Submitted by User_1 on Sun, 30/07/2023 - 13:26

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Hello teachers,
I would ask you about the difference between "journey" and "trip".
Looking the meaning up in the dictionary, I have figured out the specificity, but it is quite hard to become familiar with it.
Although I know "trip" usually refers to a short journey, while "journey" regards a far apart place, soon after I use them as synonyms.
Do you have any suggestions on it?
Thank you!