Q: travel bug とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means wanting to travel a lot. It's like having an itch to travel like a bug bite. For example, if I go to Italy, I might get the travel bug and want to visit all of Europe now!
Q: to redeem for more travel とはどういう意味ですか?
A: To exchange something (probably a voucher, or points from a loyalty scheme) for free or discounted transport tickets.
Q: travel / travelling
A: Voyager

I/you/we/you/they travel to the United Kingdom.
He/she travels to the UK.

I/you/he/she/we/you/they travelled to the UK.
Q: travel itinerary とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A schedule for a trip that has information about your hotel or routine.
Q: travel expenses claim とはどういう意味ですか?
A: When your job requires you to travel, you have certain expenses. You have to take an air plane and a taxi. And you have to eat. So when you get back to where you work, you can submit a "travel expenses claim", a form that shows what expenses you had while you were travelling on business. And then your company pays you back.


Q: travel を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 1) I want to travel to Europe over the summer.
2) Where are you going to travel?
3) I think I will travel to France over the break.
4) Where have you traveled to?
5) Do you like to travel?
Q: travel を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Tudo que eu queria agora era estar viajando.
All I wanted right now was to be traveling.

Viajarei amanhã .
I'll travel tomorrow.

Estou planejando viajar.
I'm planning to travel
Q: travel を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I am going to travel to France soon
Q: travel を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I would like to travel to Japan someday
Q: travel を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "We should travel to Brazil!"

"I'm not going to work today because I'm going to travel."

"I had to travel 10km to get to school today."


Q: travel と trip はどう違いますか?
A: "Travel" is a verb

"I will travel to a foreign country."

"Trip" is a noun

"I took a trip to a foreign country."

"My trip to Brazil was fantastic."

"Travel" can sometimes be used as a noun. For example:

"My total travel time was 6 hours."
Q: travel と trip と journey はどう違いますか?
A: Travel is a verb, used to show the action of a journey you are taking. For example:

I am going to travel to Japan.
She traveled to Japan.
She is traveling to Japan.
I love to travel.
She has traveled the world.
Trip is a noun. In this context it is the journey that you went on. For example:

I went on a trip to Japan.
She went on a trip to Japan.
I love to go on trips.
Her last trip was around the world.

Using trip and travel together in a sentence:
For my next trip, I will travel to Japan.
For her next trip, she will travel to Japan.
She loves to travel and go on trips.
For her last trip, she traveled around the world.

Journey is synonymous (or the same) as both trip and travel. Journey can be used as a noun or a verb. For example:

I am going to journey through Japan.
She journeyed through Japan.
I love to go on journeys.
Her last journey was around the world.

Although uncommon, both the verb and noun of "journey" can be used in the same sentence.
I journeyed through Japan on my journey.
She journeyed through Japan on her last journey.

Note: The previous sentences sound awkward. It would be best to replace either the noun or verb of "journey" with a synonym like travel or trip.
Some examples:
I traveled through Japan on my journey.
I journeyed through Japan on my trip.

She journeyed through Japan on her trip.
She traveled through Japan on her trip.
Q: travel と trip はどう違いますか?
A: Travel-verb and noun, often used as a verb
"I am traveling to Italy next month."
Trip- only a noun
"I am going on a trip to Italy next month."
Q: Travel by a bike と travel on a bike はどう違いますか?
A: "by" refers to the method or object of travel

What method of travel are you using to get to your destination?
I'm travelling by bike.
I'm travelling by airplane.
I'm travelling by train.

"on" refers to your physical location with relation to the object used for travel.
How are you getting to school*?
"On my bike".
"On a jet"
"On a horse".

*Mind you, you can also answer this question with your chosen method of travel.
"by bike"
"by jet"
"by horse"

travel by bike = the method of travel is biking
travel on a bike = to sit on a bike while travelling
Q: travel と journery はどう違いますか?
A: Travel is for normal people to use.
Example: "I've traveled to many countries."

Journey sounds like an adventure or something big. Probably used in a novel.

Example: "He started his journey to slay the dragon."


Q: Which one is more natural?
I like travel
I like to travel
I like traveling は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: @aespa_ae the 2nd and 3rd are more natural
Q: 'domestic travel' how can i say that in sentence?? for example, "i just wanna travel blah blah" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: You’d have to mention the specific country &/or city. Like for me, I’d say, “I want to go traveling around the US this year” or “I want to visit/see Chicago/[other city name]”

If you want more of a contrast, you can say “Instead of traveling to other countries this summer, I want to stay and explore Korea a little bit” [if Korea is the country you’re talking about]
Q: I like modern travel books.Could you recommend any books and any blogs with that? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: could*
cloud = 雲☁

Q: travel は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
Q: I find travelling exciting? Instead that I find travel exciting は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: You could say either really the only difference is that travelling is the verb and travel is the noun (like the act of travelling)


Q: Especially my favorite is Europe.I want to go travel any other countries. この表現は自然ですか?
A: try: I want to travel to other countries, especially in Europe. It is my favorite place.
Q: A travel to Hiroshima is rabbit island & yamato museum go to program  この表現は自然ですか?
A: "When I go to Hiroshima I plan to visit Rabbit Island and Yamato Museum."

Q: Just the travel expense, the cheapest roundtrip ticket cost about IDR 5 million.
That is so expensive.
It still not the living cost while in there.
A: Just considering the travel expense, the cheapest roundtrip ticket costs about IDR 5 million.
That is really expensive.
It doesn't even include the cost of living there.
Q: For me, travel is not about going on a shopping splurge or a eating binge. It's about soaking up in an exotic culture and taking a crash course in the history of a country. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Only change I would recommend is: "It's about taking in an exotic culture" or "It's about soaking up an exotic culture"
Q: I learned that 'be going to' is similar with 'will'.
Then, can I use "I'm not only going travel but work" instead of "I'm not only going for travel but work"?
A: "I'm not only going [ to ] travel but [ to also ] work."

Both of your sentences are incorrect.