3- un voyage ou un trajet (deux ou plus..) : a trip, a journey, trips journeys. According to dictionaries the two words are supposed to be exactly synonyms, but I feel the British seem to have a preference for â€˜journeyâ€™. I have already read such a sentence as : â€˜the journey to work takes him ten minutes (il met dix minutes pour aller au travail) But I must admit Iâ€™m not very fond of that kind of â€˜amazing literatureâ€™ and I have never heard anybody speak this way yet. But who knows... one day.. I do prefer just to say something like : â€˜my commute is a half an hour metro tripâ€™
Other examples : a railroad trip a business trip a school trip They are on a trip to Italy are you going on the trip? (serez vous du voyage?) have a nice trip! Bon voyage (with a good accent) is also possible.
And the last one : I try not to speak about any journey, yet Iâ€™m not superstitious. Iâ€™m just not ready to go on my â€˜last journeyâ€™ yet. Iâ€™m not in a hurry!