Circuit: a trip undertaken regularly as part of an official schedule6. Commute: a regular trip taken back and forth, especially from home to work and back8.

Journey: a trip; originally referred to a days travel (ultimately from the Latin term diurnus, day)24.

Hike: a walk, often in the wilderness or an area set aside for outdoor activities, taken for enjoyment and/or exercise21. Jaunt: a pleasure trip; originally referred to an exhausting trip23.

[You are still learning now.]-We have not been smoking. / 3A 3B for 2B: , :-I'm tired [now] because I've been running.-Why is the grass wet [now]? -You don't understand [now] because you haven't been listening. , : Lately / Recently / , -Recently, I have been feeling really tired.

[We're still studying now.]-How long have you been learning English? FOR: We use FOR to talk about a period of time - 5 minutes, 2 weeks, 6 years.-I have been studying for 3 hours. SINCE: We use SINCE to talk about a point in past time - 9 o'clock, 1st January, Monday.-I have been watching TV since 7pm.-Tara hasn't been visiting us since March.-He has been living in Bangkok since he left school.3.

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Outing: a short pleasure trip, especially to enjoy the outdoors; also an athletic performance or event, an appearance or performance by a writer or performing arts, or the identification by others of a public figure who had been concealing their homosexuality30.

Odyssey: a long, arduous trip involving perils and/or resulting in enlightenment29.

Voyage: originally, any long trip, but now confined to those over a large body of water59.

Vacation: a trip taken for leisure as a respite from work or from normal life in general56. Visit: a trip undertaken to spend time with friends or family58.

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