字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi! Sian here again! Now, we all love going on holiday, but these two words can cause problems. So a 'journey' is a noun and refers to a single piece of travel - so, when you move from one place to another by car, plane, train, bus. The journey to London takes three hours by bus. A 'trip' is also a noun, but usually refers to more than one journey and the time you spend in a place. So, if someone asks 'How was your trip?' they're asking about the whole time you are away, not the journey. Phil: How was your camping trip, Sian? Sian: It was fun, but it rained all weekend! A 'trip' is often quite short compared to a holiday, and we can use it in these set phrases. So you can have a business trip, a school trip or a day trip.