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Last updated at 17:24 BST, Wednesday, 06 July 2011

Your ideal trip

Every week we ask you a different question. Hear what people in London say, then join the conversation!

What would be your ideal trip?

Watch the video to read and hear what some people in London told us.

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The Express English team

One man said it would be somewhere he hadn't been before. It's got to be somewhere that combines a beach and some culture. The best thing is having the luxury of nothing to do.

Another woman has already been on her ideal trip. She went on a journey to her homeland in Armenia. When she arrived there she felt at home.

Did you know?


According to UK government statistics, the most popular overseas country that British people visit is Spain.

Language tip

The noun, a trip, describes a journey or a holiday but the verb, to trip, means to fall over something.

Cultural tip

If visiting New Zealand, you may encounter a Maori greeting - a hongi - where you press your nose and forehead together with another person.

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