Conjugation verb travel

Model : cancel

Auxiliary : have , be

Other forms: travel oneself / not travel

Contractions

in the U.K. spelling we double up the 'l' in preterite and participle endings

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  • he/she/it travels
  • they travel
  • I travelled/traveled
  • you travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it travelled/traveled
  • we travelled/traveled
  • they travelled/traveled

Present continuous

  • I am travelling/traveling
  • you are travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it is travelling/traveling
  • we are travelling/traveling
  • they are travelling/traveling

Present perfect

  • I have travelled/traveled
  • you have travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it has travelled/traveled
  • we have travelled/traveled
  • they have travelled/traveled
  • I will travel
  • you will travel
  • he/she/it will travel
  • we will travel
  • they will travel

Future perfect

  • I will have travelled/traveled
  • you will have travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it will have travelled/traveled
  • we will have travelled/traveled
  • they will have travelled/traveled

Past continous

  • I was travelling/traveling
  • you were travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it was travelling/traveling
  • we were travelling/traveling
  • they were travelling/traveling

Past perfect

  • I had travelled/traveled
  • you had travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it had travelled/traveled
  • we had travelled/traveled
  • they had travelled/traveled

Future continuous

  • I will be travelling/traveling
  • you will be travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it will be travelling/traveling
  • we will be travelling/traveling
  • they will be travelling/traveling

Present perfect continuous

  • I have been travelling/traveling
  • you have been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it has been travelling/traveling
  • we have been travelling/traveling
  • they have been travelling/traveling

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been travelling/traveling
  • you had been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it had been travelling/traveling
  • we had been travelling/traveling
  • they had been travelling/traveling

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been travelling/traveling
  • you will have been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it will have been travelling/traveling
  • we will have been travelling/traveling
  • they will have been travelling/traveling
  • let's travel
  • travelling/traveling
  • travelled/traveled

Perfect participle

  • having travelled/traveled

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How to conjugate "to travel" in English?

English "to travel" conjugation.

  • traveled; travelled

Full conjugation of "to travel"

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Conjugation English verb to travel

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to travel present simple

Verb conjugation Conjugate To travel in English

Present (simple).

  • they travel

Present progressive / continuous

  • I am travelling
  • you are travelling
  • he is travelling
  • we are travelling
  • they are travelling

Past (simple)

  • I travelled
  • you travelled
  • he travelled
  • we travelled
  • they travelled

Past progressive / continuous

  • I was travelling
  • you were travelling
  • he was travelling
  • we were travelling
  • they were travelling

Present perfect (simple)

  • I have travelled
  • you have travelled
  • he has travelled
  • we have travelled
  • they have travelled

Present perfect progressive / continuous

  • I have been travelling
  • you have been travelling
  • he has been travelling
  • we have been travelling
  • they have been travelling

Past perfect

  • I had travelled
  • you had travelled
  • he had travelled
  • we had travelled
  • they had travelled

Past perfect progressive / continuous

  • I had been travelling
  • you had been travelling
  • he had been travelling
  • we had been travelling
  • they had been travelling
  • I will travel
  • you will travel
  • he will travel
  • we will travel
  • they will travel

Future progressive / continuous

  • I will be travelling
  • you will be travelling
  • he will be travelling
  • we will be travelling
  • they will be travelling

Future perfect

  • I will have travelled
  • you will have travelled
  • he will have travelled
  • we will have travelled
  • they will have travelled

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been travelling
  • you will have been travelling
  • he will have been travelling
  • we will have been travelling
  • they will have been travelling

Conditional

  • I would travel
  • you would travel
  • he would travel
  • we would travel
  • they would travel

Progressive

  • I would be travelling
  • you would be travelling
  • he would be travelling
  • we would be travelling
  • they would be travelling
  • I would have travelled
  • you would have travelled
  • he would have travelled
  • we would have travelled
  • they would have travelled

Perfect progressive

  • I would have been travelling
  • you would have been travelling
  • he would have been travelling
  • we would have been travelling
  • they would have been travelling
  • Let's travel

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Conjugation

Simple tense.

Present Simple

  • he, she travels
  • they travel

Past Simple

  • I traveled ; travelled
  • you traveled ; travelled
  • he, she traveled ; travelled
  • we traveled ; travelled
  • they traveled ; travelled

Future Simple

  • I will travel
  • you will travel
  • he, she will travel
  • we will travel
  • they will travel

Continuous Tense

Present Simple Continuous

  • I am traveling ; travelling
  • you are traveling ; travelling
  • he, she is traveling ; travelling
  • we are traveling ; travelling
  • they are traveling ; travelling

Past Simple Continuous

  • I was traveling ; travelling
  • you were traveling ; travelling
  • he, she was traveling ; travelling
  • we were traveling ; travelling
  • they were traveling ; travelling

Future Simple Continuous

  • I will be traveling ; travelling
  • you will be traveling ; travelling
  • he, she will be traveling ; travelling
  • we will be traveling ; travelling
  • they will be traveling ; travelling

Perfect Tense

Present Perfect

  • I have traveled ; travelled
  • you have traveled ; travelled
  • he, she has traveled ; travelled
  • we have traveled ; travelled
  • they have traveled ; travelled

Past Perfect

  • I had traveled ; travelled
  • you had traveled ; travelled
  • he, she had traveled ; travelled
  • we had traveled ; travelled
  • they had traveled ; travelled

Future Perfect

  • I will have traveled ; travelled
  • you will have traveled ; travelled
  • he, she will have traveled ; travelled
  • we will have traveled ; travelled
  • they will have traveled ; travelled

Perfect Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Continuous

  • I have been traveling ; travelling
  • you have been traveling ; travelling
  • he, she has been traveling ; travelling
  • we have been traveling ; travelling
  • they have been traveling ; travelling

Past Perfect Continuous

  • I had been traveling ; travelling
  • you had been traveling ; travelling
  • he, she had been traveling ; travelling
  • we had been traveling ; travelling
  • they had been traveling ; travelling

Future Perfect Continuous

  • I will have been traveling ; travelling
  • you will have been traveling ; travelling
  • he, she will have been traveling ; travelling
  • we will have been traveling ; travelling
  • they will have been traveling ; travelling

Conditional

  • I would travel
  • you would travel
  • he, she would travel
  • we would travel
  • they would travel
  • I would have traveled ; travelled
  • you would have traveled ; travelled
  • he, she would have traveled ; travelled
  • we would have traveled ; travelled
  • they would have traveled ; travelled

Present Continuous

  • I would be traveling ; travelling
  • you would be traveling ; travelling
  • he, she would be traveling ; travelling
  • we would be traveling ; travelling
  • they would be traveling ; travelling

Perfect Continuous

  • I would have been traveling ; travelling
  • you would have been traveling ; travelling
  • he, she would have been traveling ; travelling
  • we would have been traveling ; travelling
  • they would have been traveling ; travelling
  • we Let's travel

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Teaching the Simple Present Tense: A Comprehensive and Engaging Lesson Plan

teaching the simpple present tense

The simple present tense is one of the most fundamental aspects of English grammar. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced teacher, you need to know how to teach the simple present tense to improve your students’ skills in the English language. Below is your ultimate resource for teaching the simple present simple. With a focus on clarity and simplicity, we break it down to make it easy to understand and apply.

From regular verbs to irregular verbs, affirmative statements to negative statements, and questions to time expressions, we cover it all and carefully designed all of that to be interactive and engaging, incorporating interactive quizzes, real-life examples, and practical exercises to help you truly teach the simple present tense more effectively.

By reading this lesson plan, you’ll enhance your understanding and retention of this essential grammatical concept. So you will unlock the full potential of teaching the simple present tense more professionally.

Formation of the Simple Present Tense:

  • Explain the basic structure: subject + verb (base form).
  • Discuss the addition of “s” or “es” for third-person singular subjects (he/she/it).
  • Provide examples: I walk, you walk, we walk, and they walk, but: he/she/it walks.

Usage of the Simple Present Tense:

  • Used to express habits, routines, or general truths.
  • Describe permanent situations or states.
  • Make comments about facts, laws of nature, or universal truths.
  • Give instructions or directions.

Examples of Simple Present Tense Sentences:

  • I eat vegetables every day. (habit).
  • The sun rises in the east. (general truth).
  • Water boils at 100°C. (scientific fact). 
  • She works at a bank. (permanent situation).

Common Mistakes to Avoid:

  • Forgetting to add “s” or “es” for third person singular.
  • Mixing verb tenses unnecessarily.
  • Overusing the simple present for actions happening now.

Addressing Common Mistakes (General Tips)

  • Incorporate error correction as a regular part of practice exercises.
  • Encourage students to keep a log of their common errors for self-reflection.
  • Use peer editing activities to help students identify and correct each other’s mistakes.
  • Provide targeted feedback, focusing on recurring errors in students’ written or spoken English.
  • Celebrate progress and encourage a positive attitude towards learning from mistakes.

How To Address Common Mistakes When Teaching The Simple Present Tense:

1. forgetting to add “s” or “es” for the third-person singular.

  • Emphasize the importance of this rule through repetition and examples.
  • Have students identify the third-person singular subjects (he/she/it) in sentences.
  • Practice adding the correct verb endings (-s/-es) for those subjects.
  • Provide opportunities for peer correction and feedback.

2. Mixing verb tenses unnecessarily

  • Explain the concept of verb tense consistency within a sentence/paragraph.
  • Show examples of incorrect tense shifts and how they affect meaning.
  • Have students identify and correct tense errors in sample texts.
  • Encourage them to read their own writing aloud to catch tense shifts.

3. Overusing the simple present for actions happening now

  • Clarify the difference between the simple present (habits/routines) and the present continuous (actions happening now).
  • Use visuals or role-play to contrast the two tenses.
  • Provide examples of incorrect usage and have students correct them.
  • Practice exercises focused on distinguishing between the two tenses.

By dedicating time to addressing common mistakes, students will develop a better understanding of the simple present tense and its appropriate usage.

Consistent practice, targeted feedback, and error analysis will help reinforce the correct usage and minimize mistakes over time.

Practice Exercises:

  • Fill in the blanks with the correct verb forms.
  • Identify and correct mistakes in sample sentences.
  • Rewrite sentences in the simple present tense.
  • Dictation exercises to practice listening and writing.

Examples of Practice Exercises for the Simple Present Tense:

1. fill in the blanks:.

  • Complete the sentences by filling in the blanks with the correct form of the verb in simple present tense.
  • Example: She _____ (go) to the gym every morning.

2. Identify and Correct Mistakes:

  • Read the given sentences and identify any mistakes related to the simple present tense.
  • Rewrite the sentences with the correct verb form.
  • Example: He go to the park every weekend. (Correction: He goes to the park every weekend.)

3. Rewrite in Simple Present Tense:

  • Provide sentences in different tenses (past, future, or present continuous).
  • Students must rewrite the sentences in the simple present tense, making necessary changes.
  • Example: I was watching a movie last night. (Rewrite: I watch movies regularly.)

4. Dictation Exercises:

  • Read out sentences that include verbs in the simple present tense.
  • Students must listen carefully and write down the sentences correctly.
  • This exercise tests their listening and writing skills while practicing the tense.

5. Speaking Practice:

  • Ask students to describe their daily routines or habits using the simple present tense.
  • Encourage them to use a variety of verbs and provide feedback on their usage.

6. Sentence Transformation:

  • Give students a sentence with a verb in a different tense.
  • They must transform the sentence to the simple present tense without changing the meaning.
  • Example: She was playing tennis yesterday. (Transform: She plays tennis.)

7. Picture Prompts:

  • Show students pictures depicting different activities or situations.
  • They must describe what they see using the simple present tense.

8. Verb Substitution:

  • Provide sentences with blanks for verbs.
  • Students must substitute the blanks with the correct form of the verb in the simple present tense.

9. Cloze Passages:

  • Create short passages with missing verbs in the simple present tense.
  • Students must fill in the blanks with the appropriate verb forms.

10. Scrambled Sentences:

  • Give students a set of scrambled words that form a simple present tense sentence.
  • They must rearrange the words to create a grammatically correct sentence.

These practice exercises can be used in various combinations and adapted to suit different proficiency levels and learning styles. They promote active engagement, reinforce understanding, and provide opportunities for error correction and feedback.

Fun Activities and Games:

  • Simple present tense bingo.
  • Charades (act out routines/habits for others to guess).
  • Scavenger hunt (find objects representing different uses of the present tense).
  • Memory games with verb flashcards.

Examples of Fun Activities and Games to Reinforce the Simple Present Tense:

1. simple present tense bingo:.

  • Create bingo cards with different present tense verb forms in the squares.
  • Call out sentences or phrases using those verbs.
  • Students mark off the corresponding square if the verb is used correctly in the simple present tense.
  • The first student who gets a row/pattern wins.

2. Charades:

  • Students act out different routines, habits, or actions using only gestures and miming.
  • The rest of the class must guess the action and describe it using the simple present tense.
  • Example: A student mimes brushing teeth, and others say, “She brushes her teeth.”.

3. Scavenger Hunt:

  • Hide pictures or objects around the classroom that represent different uses of the simple present tense.
  • Students must find the items and explain their connection to the tense using correct sentences.
  • Example: A picture of the sun could prompt “The sun rises in the east.”.

4. Memory Game with Verb Flashcards:

  • Create flashcards with verbs on one side and simple present tense forms on the other.
  • Students take turns flipping cards and making matches between the verb and its present tense form.
  • Encourage them to use the matched pairs in complete sentences.

5. Simple Present Tense Rap or Song:

  • Write lyrics or a rap that incorporates rules and examples of the simple present tense.
  • Students can perform or sing along, reinforcing the tense through rhythm and repetition.

6. Board Games:

  • Adapt existing board games like “Sorry!” or “Snakes and Ladders” by adding simple present tense questions or challenges on each square.
  • Students must answer correctly or face consequences (move back, miss a turn, etc.).

7. Role-Play Scenarios:

  • Provide students with different scenarios (e.g., at a restaurant, at the doctor’s office, at school).
  • They must role-play the situations using the simple present tense to describe routines or give instructions.

8. Verb Tense Sorting:

  • Give students a set of sentences mixed with different tenses.
  • They must sort the sentences into piles based on the tense used (simple present, past, future, etc.).

9. Simple Present Tense Storytelling:

  • Students take turns creating a collaborative story, with each person contributing one sentence using the simple present tense.
  • Encourage creativity and correct usage of the tense.

These fun activities and games not only reinforce the simple present tense but also promote interactive learning, teamwork, and a positive learning environment. They cater to different learning styles and keep students engaged while practising the target tense.

Resources for Further Learning and Practice:

  • Grammar books/websites/articles focusing on teaching English grammar and tenses:

The 9 Main Techniques For Presenting Grammar In The Classroom

How I Made Success In Teaching English Tenses Thanks To These Five Steps

Teacher’s Guide to Teaching Grammar – FREE 5-Day Email Course

  • Educational videos explaining the concept.
  • Online quizzes and exercises.
  • Conversations to listen for real-life examples.

Conclusion and Summary:

To teach the simple present tense to EFL learners more effectively, you need to:

  • Emphasize the importance of mastering this fundamental tense.
  • Emphasize the concept of habits and routines, which exist across cultures.
  • Use visuals (pictures, videos) to illustrate examples.
  • Ask students to share their daily routines/habits to create relevant examples.
  • Gradually introduce more complex structures and exceptions.
  • Recap the formation and usage rules of the simple present tense.
  • Encourage continued practice through various exercises and activities.
  • Invite students to ask questions and clarify any lingering doubts.

By following this comprehensive lesson plan, ESL students will gain a solid understanding of the simple present tense, its formation, usage, and common pitfalls to avoid. The combination of clear explanations, relevant examples, engaging activities, and supplementary resources will ensure a well-rounded learning experience.

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to travel present simple

  • 1.1 Alternative forms
  • 1.2 Pronunciation
  • 1.3.1.1 Conjugation
  • 1.3.1.2 Synonyms
  • 1.3.1.3 Derived terms
  • 1.3.1.4 Translations
  • 1.4.1.1 Usage notes
  • 1.4.1.2 Synonyms
  • 1.4.1.3 Derived terms
  • 1.4.1.4 Translations
  • 1.4.1.5 Further reading
  • 1.5 References
  • 1.6 Anagrams
  • 2.1 Etymology
  • 2.2 Adjective
  • 2.3 References
  • 3.1 Etymology
  • 3.2 Adjective
  • 3.3 References

Alternative forms

  • travail ( obsolete )
  • travell ( obsolete )

Pronunciation

  • IPA ( key ) : /ˈtɹævəl/
  • Rhymes: -ævəl

Etymology 1

From Middle English travelen ( “ to make a laborious journey, travel ” ) from Middle Scots travailen ( “ to toil, work, travel ” ) , alteration of Middle English travaillen ( “ to toil, work ” ) , from Old French travailler ( “ to trouble, suffer, be worn out ” ) . See the doublet travail .

Largely displaced fare , from Old English faran ( “ to go [a long distance], to travel ” ) . More at fare .

travel ( third-person singular simple present travels , present participle travelling or ( US ) traveling , simple past and past participle travelled or ( US ) traveled )

  • 1661 , John Stephens, An Historical Discourse... , Prol.: He that feareth oblatration must not travel .
  • 1930 , Marmaduke Pickthall , transl., The Meaning of the Glorious Koran , surah 28, verse 29: Then, when Moses had fulfilled the term, and was travelling with his housefolk, he saw in the distance a fire and said unto his housefolk: Bide ye (here). Lo! I see in the distance a fire; peradventure I shall bring you tidings thence, or a brand from the fire that ye may warm yourselves.
  • ( intransitive ) To pass from one place to another; to move or transmit . Soundwaves can travel through water. The supposedly secret news of Mary's engagement travelled quickly through her group of friends.
  • ( intransitive , basketball ) To move illegally by walking or running without dribbling the ball.
  • ( transitive ) To travel throughout (a place). I’ve travelled the world.
  • 1596 (date written; published 1633 ), Edmund Spenser , A Vewe of the Present State of Irelande   [ … ] , Dublin: [ … ] Societie of Stationers,   [ … ] , →OCLC ; republished as A View of the State of Ireland   [ … ] (Ancient Irish Histories), Dublin: [ … ] Society of Stationers, [ … ] Hibernia Press, [ … ] [ b ] y John Morrison, 1809 , →OCLC : They shall not be travailed forth of their own franchises.
  • 1707 , Richard Baxter, The Practical Works of the Late Reverend and Pious Mr. Richard Baxter , page 646 : Necessity will make men fare hard, and work hard, and travel hard, go bare, and suffer much; yea it will even cut off a leg or arm to save their lives;
  • 1719 , William Tilly, The Acceptable Sacrifice , page 335 : We labour sore, and travel hard, and much Study is a Weariness to our Flesh; and of making many Books there is no End.
  • 1794 , “Resignation”, in A Complete Edition of the Poets of Great Britain.Volume 10 , page 144 : Man holds in constant service bound The blustering winds and seas; Nor suns disdain to travel hard Their master, man, to please;

Conjugation

† Archaic or obsolete . * US.

  • fare , journey , reyse

Derived terms

  • fellow-travel
  • road less traveled
  • travellable , travelable
  • travelled , traveled ( adjective )
  • traveller , traveler
  • travel light

Translations

Etymology 2.

From Middle English travail , travell , from Old French travail , travaille , travaillie , traval , travalle , traveaul , traveil , traveille , travel . Doublet of travail .

to travel present simple

travel ( countable and uncountable , plural travels )

  • The act of traveling; passage from place to place. space travel travel to Spain
  • 2023 November 29, 'Mystery Shopper', “Does the railway deliver for passengers?”, in RAIL , number 997 , page 53 : But overall, I think the railway delivered very well on my travels . I'd give it 9/10 - there are just a few little rough edges that need smoothing off.
  • 1903 , Henry Yule, Arthur Burnell, Hobson-Jobson : CALUAT, s. This in some old travels is used for Ar. khilwat, 'privacy, a private interview' (C. P. Brown, MS.).
  • The activity or traffic along a route or through a given point.
  • The working motion of a piece of machinery; the length of a mechanical stroke. There was a lot of travel in the handle, because the tool was out of adjustment. My drill press has a travel of only 1.5 inches.
  • 1667 , John Tanner, The hidden treasures of the art of physick , page 208 : Hard Labour is when more vehement Pains and dangerous Symptomes happen to Women in Travel , and continue a longer time.
  • Distance that a keyboard's key moves vertically when depressed. The keys have great travel .

Further reading

  • “ travel ”, in The Century Dictionary   [ … ] , New York, N.Y.: The Century Co. , 1911 , →OCLC .
  • “ travel ”, in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary , Springfield, Mass.: G. & C. Merriam , 1913 , →OCLC .
  • retval , varlet

Norwegian Bokmål

Possibly from French travail ; compare with Danish travl .

travel ( neuter singular travelt , definite singular and plural travle , comparative travlere , indefinite superlative travlest , definite superlative travleste )

  • “travel” in The Bokmål Dictionary .

Norwegian Nynorsk

travel ( neuter singular travelt , definite singular and plural travle , comparative travlare , indefinite superlative travlast , definite superlative travlaste )

  • “travel” in The Nynorsk Dictionary .

to travel present simple

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Travel Past Tense

Commonwealth travelled, US traveled past tense of travel is Commonwealth travelled, US traveled.

Travel verb forms

Conjugation of travel.

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to travel present simple

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Conjugación verbo travel - inglés

Modelo : cancel

Auxiliar : have , be

Otras formas: travel oneself / not travel

Contracciones

in the U.K. spelling we double up the 'l' in preterite and participle endings

La declinación de este verbo presenta algunas variantes ortográficas que podrían conllevar significados distintos. Seleccione una variante o todas en el menù.

  • he/she/it travels
  • they travel
  • I travelled/traveled
  • you travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it travelled/traveled
  • we travelled/traveled
  • they travelled/traveled

Present continuous

  • I am travelling/traveling
  • you are travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it is travelling/traveling
  • we are travelling/traveling
  • they are travelling/traveling

Present perfect

  • I have travelled/traveled
  • you have travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it has travelled/traveled
  • we have travelled/traveled
  • they have travelled/traveled
  • I will travel
  • you will travel
  • he/she/it will travel
  • we will travel
  • they will travel

Future perfect

  • I will have travelled/traveled
  • you will have travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it will have travelled/traveled
  • we will have travelled/traveled
  • they will have travelled/traveled

Past continous

  • I was travelling/traveling
  • you were travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it was travelling/traveling
  • we were travelling/traveling
  • they were travelling/traveling

Past perfect

  • I had travelled/traveled
  • you had travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it had travelled/traveled
  • we had travelled/traveled
  • they had travelled/traveled

Future continuous

  • I will be travelling/traveling
  • you will be travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it will be travelling/traveling
  • we will be travelling/traveling
  • they will be travelling/traveling

Present perfect continuous

  • I have been travelling/traveling
  • you have been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it has been travelling/traveling
  • we have been travelling/traveling
  • they have been travelling/traveling

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been travelling/traveling
  • you had been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it had been travelling/traveling
  • we had been travelling/traveling
  • they had been travelling/traveling

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been travelling/traveling
  • you will have been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it will have been travelling/traveling
  • we will have been travelling/traveling
  • they will have been travelling/traveling
  • let's travel
  • travelling/traveling
  • travelled/traveled

Perfect participle

  • having travelled/traveled

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Conjugaison du verbe anglais TO TRAVEL

Verbe régulier : travel - travel l ed - travel l ed Traduction française : voyager - faire

Conditionnel

Impératif.

Conjugação verbo travel em inglês

Modelo : cancel

Auxiliar : have , be

Outras formas: travel oneself / not travel

in the U.K. spelling we double up the 'l' in preterite and participle endings

O verbo possui muitas variantes de conjugação, que podem corresponder a diferentes significados. Utilize o menu para selecionar uma ou todas as variantes.

  • he/she/it travels
  • they travel
  • I travelled/traveled
  • you travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it travelled/traveled
  • we travelled/traveled
  • they travelled/traveled

Present continuous

  • I am travelling/traveling
  • you are travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it is travelling/traveling
  • we are travelling/traveling
  • they are travelling/traveling

Present perfect

  • I have travelled/traveled
  • you have travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it has travelled/traveled
  • we have travelled/traveled
  • they have travelled/traveled
  • I will travel
  • you will travel
  • he/she/it will travel
  • we will travel
  • they will travel

Future perfect

  • I will have travelled/traveled
  • you will have travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it will have travelled/traveled
  • we will have travelled/traveled
  • they will have travelled/traveled

Past continous

  • I was travelling/traveling
  • you were travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it was travelling/traveling
  • we were travelling/traveling
  • they were travelling/traveling

Past perfect

  • I had travelled/traveled
  • you had travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it had travelled/traveled
  • we had travelled/traveled
  • they had travelled/traveled

Future continuous

  • I will be travelling/traveling
  • you will be travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it will be travelling/traveling
  • we will be travelling/traveling
  • they will be travelling/traveling

Present perfect continuous

  • I have been travelling/traveling
  • you have been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it has been travelling/traveling
  • we have been travelling/traveling
  • they have been travelling/traveling

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been travelling/traveling
  • you had been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it had been travelling/traveling
  • we had been travelling/traveling
  • they had been travelling/traveling

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been travelling/traveling
  • you will have been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it will have been travelling/traveling
  • we will have been travelling/traveling
  • they will have been travelling/traveling
  • let's travel
  • travelling/traveling
  • travelled/traveled

Perfect participle

  • having travelled/traveled

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Conjugaison verbe travel en anglais

Modèle : cancel

Auxiliaire : have , be

Autres formes: travel oneself / not travel

Contractions

in the U.K. spelling we double up the 'l' in preterite and participle endings

Plusieurs variantes de conjugaison sont disponibles. Utilisez le menu ci-dessous pour en choisir une seule variante.

  • he/she/it travels
  • they travel
  • I travelled/traveled
  • you travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it travelled/traveled
  • we travelled/traveled
  • they travelled/traveled

Present continuous

  • I am travelling/traveling
  • you are travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it is travelling/traveling
  • we are travelling/traveling
  • they are travelling/traveling

Present perfect

  • I have travelled/traveled
  • you have travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it has travelled/traveled
  • we have travelled/traveled
  • they have travelled/traveled
  • I will travel
  • you will travel
  • he/she/it will travel
  • we will travel
  • they will travel

Future perfect

  • I will have travelled/traveled
  • you will have travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it will have travelled/traveled
  • we will have travelled/traveled
  • they will have travelled/traveled

Past continous

  • I was travelling/traveling
  • you were travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it was travelling/traveling
  • we were travelling/traveling
  • they were travelling/traveling

Past perfect

  • I had travelled/traveled
  • you had travelled/traveled
  • he/she/it had travelled/traveled
  • we had travelled/traveled
  • they had travelled/traveled

Future continuous

  • I will be travelling/traveling
  • you will be travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it will be travelling/traveling
  • we will be travelling/traveling
  • they will be travelling/traveling

Present perfect continuous

  • I have been travelling/traveling
  • you have been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it has been travelling/traveling
  • we have been travelling/traveling
  • they have been travelling/traveling

Past perfect continuous

  • I had been travelling/traveling
  • you had been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it had been travelling/traveling
  • we had been travelling/traveling
  • they had been travelling/traveling

Future perfect continuous

  • I will have been travelling/traveling
  • you will have been travelling/traveling
  • he/she/it will have been travelling/traveling
  • we will have been travelling/traveling
  • they will have been travelling/traveling
  • let's travel
  • travelling/traveling
  • travelled/traveled

Perfect participle

  • having travelled/traveled

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to travel present simple

Entrar ¿Todavía no tienes una cuenta?   Regístrate ¿Has olvidado tu contraseña?

to travel present simple

Regístrate ¿Ya tienes cuenta?   Entrar

Recuperar contraseña ¿Ya tienes cuenta?   Entrar ¿Todavía no tienes una cuenta?   Regístrate

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Tabla de conjugación del verbo "To travel" Present Simple (Presente Simple) Affirmative I travel. You travel. We travel. He/She/It travels. You travel. They travel. Negative I do not travel. You do not travel. We do not travel. He/She/It does not travel. You do not travel. They do not travel. Interrogative Do I travel? Do you travel? Do we travel? Does he/she/it travel? Do you travel? Do they travel? Ir a la clase relacionada Present Simple Continuous (Presente Continuo) Affirmative I am traveling. You are traveling. We are traveling. He/She/It is traveling. You are traveling. They are traveling. Negative I am not traveling. You are not traveling. We are not traveling. He/She/It is not traveling. You are not traveling. They are not traveling. Interrogative Am I traveling? Are you traveling? Are we traveling? Is he/she/it traveling? Are you traveling? Are they traveling? Ir a la clase relacionada Past Simple (Pasado Simple) Affirmative I traveled. You traveled. We traveled. He/She/It traveled. You traveled. They traveled. Negative I did not travel. You did not travel. We did not travel. He/She/It did not travel. You did not travel. They did not travel. Interrogative Did I travel? Did you travel? Did we travel? Did he/she/it travel? Did you travel? Did they travel? Ir a la clase relacionada Past Continuous (Pasado Continuo) Affirmative I was traveling. You were traveling. We were traveling. He/She/It was traveling. You were traveling. They were traveling. Negative I was not traveling. You were not traveling. We were not traveling. He/She/It was not traveling. You were not traveling. They were not traveling. Interrogative Was I traveling? Were you traveling? Were we traveling? Was he/she/it traveling? Were you traveling? Were they traveling? Ir a la clase relacionada Future Simple (Futuro Simple) Affirmative I will travel. You will travel. We will travel. He/She/It will travel. You will travel. They will travel. Negative I will not travel. You will not travel. We will not travel. He/She/It will not travel. You will not travel. They will not travel. Interrogative Will I travel? Will you travel? Will we travel? Will he/she/it travel? Will you travel? Will they travel? Ir a la clase relacionada Present Perfect Simple (Presente Perfecto) Affirmative I have traveled. You have traveled. We have traveled. He/She/It has traveled. You have traveled. They have traveled. Negative I have not traveled. You have not traveled. We have not traveled. He/She/It has not traveled. You have not traveled. They have not traveled. Interrogative Have I traveled? Have you traveled? Have we traveled? Has he/she/it traveled? Have you traveled? Have they traveled? Ir a la clase relacionada Present Perfect Continuous (Presente Perfecto Continuo) Affirmative I have been traveling. You have been traveling. We have been traveling. He/She/It has been traveling. You have been traveling. They have been traveling. Negative I have not been traveling. You have not been traveling. We have not been traveling. He/She/It has not been traveling. You have not been traveling. They have not been traveling. Interrogative Have I been traveling? Have you been traveling? Have we been traveling? Has he/she/it been traveling? Have you been traveling? Have they been traveling? Ir a la clase relacionada Past Perfect Simple (Pasado Perfecto) Affirmative I had traveled. You had traveled. We had traveled. He/She/It had traveled. You had traveled. They had traveled. Negative I had not traveled. You had not traveled. We had not traveled. He/She/It had not traveled. You had not traveled. They had not traveled. Interrogative Had I traveled? Had you traveled? Had we traveled? Had he/she/it traveled? Had you traveled? Had they traveled? Ir a la clase relacionada Past Perfect Continuous (Pasado Perfecto Continuo) Affirmative I had been traveling. You had been traveling. We had been traveling. He/She/It had been traveling. You had been traveling. They had been traveling. Negative I had not been traveling. You had not been traveling. We had not been traveling. He/She/It had not been traveling. You had not been traveling. They had not been traveling. Interrogative Had I been traveling? Had you been traveling? Had we been traveling? Had he/she/it been traveling? Had you been traveling? Had they been traveling? Ir a la clase relacionada Future Perfect (Futuro Perfecto) Affirmative I will have traveled. You will have traveled. We will have traveled. He/She/It will have traveled. You will have traveled. They will have traveled. Negative I will not have traveled. You will not have traveled. We will not have traveled. He/She/It will not have traveled. You will not have traveled. They will not have traveled. Interrogative Will I have traveled? Will you have traveled? Will we have traveled? Will he/she/it have traveled? Will you have traveled? Will they have traveled? Ir a la clase relacionada Conditional (Condicional) Affirmative I would travel. You would travel. We would travel. He/She/It would travel. You would travel. They would travel. Negative I would not travel. You would not travel. We would not travel. He/She/It would not travel. You would not travel. They would not travel. Interrogative Would I travel? Would you travel? Would we travel? Would he/she/it travel? Would you travel? Would they travel? Ir a la clase relacionada Conditional Perfect (Condicional Perfecto) Affirmative I would have traveled. You would have traveled. We would have traveled. He/She/It would have traveled. You would have traveled. They would have traveled. Negative I would not have traveled. You would not have traveled. We would not have traveled. He/She/It would not have traveled. You would not have traveled. They would not have traveled. Interrogative Would I have traveled? Would you have traveled? Would we have traveled? Would he/she/it have traveled? Would you have traveled? Would they have traveled? Ir a la clase relacionada

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Ingles conjugação do verbo "to travel".

  • traveled; travelled

Conjugação do verbo "to travel"

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What is the digestive system?

Why is digestion important, how does my digestive system work, how does food move through my gi tract, how does my digestive system break food into small parts my body can use, what happens to the digested food, how does my body control the digestive process, clinical trials.

The digestive system is made up of the gastrointestinal tract—also called the GI tract or digestive tract—and the liver , pancreas , and gallbladder. The GI tract is a series of hollow organs joined in a long, twisting tube from the mouth to the anus . The hollow organs that make up the GI tract are the mouth, esophagus , stomach, small intestine, large intestine, and anus. The liver, pancreas, and gallbladder are the solid organs of the digestive system.

The small intestine has three parts. The first part is called the duodenum. The jejunum is in the middle and the ileum is at the end. The large intestine includes the appendix , cecum, colon , and rectum. The appendix is a finger-shaped pouch attached to the cecum. The cecum is the first part of the large intestine. The colon is next. The rectum is the end of the large intestine.

Human model showing the digestive system, which includes the mouth, salivary glands, esophagus, stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, large and small intestines, appendix, rectum, and anus.

Bacteria in your GI tract, also called gut flora or microbiome, help with digestion . Parts of your nervous and circulatory systems also help. Working together, nerves, hormones , bacteria, blood, and the organs of your digestive system digest the foods and liquids you eat or drink each day.

Digestion is important because your body needs nutrients from food and drink to work properly and stay healthy. Proteins , fats , carbohydrates , vitamins , minerals , and water are nutrients. Your digestive system breaks nutrients into parts small enough for your body to absorb and use for energy, growth, and cell repair.

  • Proteins break into amino acids
  • Fats break into fatty acids and glycerol
  • Carbohydrates break into simple sugars

MyPlate offers ideas and tips to help you meet your individual health needs .

Girl eating a tomato with yellow peppers, broccoli, carrots, and pasta. Photo also shows a glass of water.

Each part of your digestive system helps to move food and liquid through your GI tract, break food and liquid into smaller parts, or both. Once foods are broken into small enough parts, your body can absorb and move the nutrients to where they are needed. Your large intestine absorbs water, and the waste products of digestion become stool . Nerves and hormones help control the digestive process.

The digestive process

Food moves through your GI tract by a process called peristalsis. The large, hollow organs of your GI tract contain a layer of muscle that enables their walls to move. The movement pushes food and liquid through your GI tract and mixes the contents within each organ. The muscle behind the food contracts and squeezes the food forward, while the muscle in front of the food relaxes to allow the food to move.

Photo of woman eating a strawberry.

Mouth. Food starts to move through your GI tract when you eat. When you swallow, your tongue pushes the food into your throat. A small flap of tissue, called the epiglottis, folds over your windpipe to prevent choking and the food passes into your esophagus.

Esophagus. Once you begin swallowing, the process becomes automatic. Your brain signals the muscles of the esophagus and peristalsis begins.

Lower esophageal sphincter. When food reaches the end of your esophagus, a ringlike muscle—called the lower esophageal sphincter —relaxes and lets food pass into your stomach. This sphincter usually stays closed to keep what’s in your stomach from flowing back into your esophagus.

Stomach. After food enters your stomach, the stomach muscles mix the food and liquid with digestive juices . The stomach slowly empties its contents, called chyme , into your small intestine.

Small intestine. The muscles of the small intestine mix food with digestive juices from the pancreas, liver, and intestine, and push the mixture forward for further digestion. The walls of the small intestine absorb water and the digested nutrients into your bloodstream. As peristalsis continues, the waste products of the digestive process move into the large intestine.

Large intestine. Waste products from the digestive process include undigested parts of food, fluid, and older cells from the lining of your GI tract. The large intestine absorbs water and changes the waste from liquid into stool. Peristalsis helps move the stool into your rectum.

Rectum. The lower end of your large intestine, the rectum, stores stool until it pushes stool out of your anus during a bowel movement .

Watch this video to see how food moves through your GI tract .

As food moves through your GI tract, your digestive organs break the food into smaller parts using:

  • motion, such as chewing, squeezing, and mixing
  • digestive juices, such as stomach acid, bile , and enzymes

Mouth. The digestive process starts in your mouth when you chew. Your salivary glands make saliva , a digestive juice, which moistens food so it moves more easily through your esophagus into your stomach. Saliva also has an enzyme that begins to break down starches in your food.

Esophagus. After you swallow, peristalsis pushes the food down your esophagus into your stomach.

Stomach. Glands in your stomach lining make stomach acid and enzymes that break down food. Muscles of your stomach mix the food with these digestive juices.

Pancreas. Your pancreas makes a digestive juice that has enzymes that break down carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. The pancreas delivers the digestive juice to the small intestine through small tubes called ducts.

Liver. Your liver makes a digestive juice called bile that helps digest fats and some vitamins. Bile ducts carry bile from your liver to your gallbladder for storage, or to the small intestine for use.

Gallbladder. Your gallbladder stores bile between meals. When you eat, your gallbladder squeezes bile through the bile ducts into your small intestine.

Small intestine. Your small intestine makes digestive juice, which mixes with bile and pancreatic juice to complete the breakdown of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. Bacteria in your small intestine make some of the enzymes you need to digest carbohydrates. Your small intestine moves water from your bloodstream into your GI tract to help break down food. Your small intestine also absorbs water with other nutrients.

Large intestine. In your large intestine, more water moves from your GI tract into your bloodstream. Bacteria in your large intestine help break down remaining nutrients and make vitamin K . Waste products of digestion, including parts of food that are still too large, become stool.

The small intestine absorbs most of the nutrients in your food, and your circulatory system passes them on to other parts of your body to store or use. Special cells help absorbed nutrients cross the intestinal lining into your bloodstream. Your blood carries simple sugars, amino acids, glycerol, and some vitamins and salts to the liver. Your liver stores, processes, and delivers nutrients to the rest of your body when needed.

The lymph system , a network of vessels that carry white blood cells and a fluid called lymph throughout your body to fight infection, absorbs fatty acids and vitamins.

Your body uses sugars, amino acids, fatty acids, and glycerol to build substances you need for energy, growth, and cell repair.

Your hormones and nerves work together to help control the digestive process. Signals flow within your GI tract and back and forth from your GI tract to your brain.

Cells lining your stomach and small intestine make and release hormones that control how your digestive system works. These hormones tell your body when to make digestive juices and send signals to your brain that you are hungry or full. Your pancreas also makes hormones that are important to digestion.

You have nerves that connect your central nervous system—your brain and spinal cord—to your digestive system and control some digestive functions. For example, when you see or smell food, your brain sends a signal that causes your salivary glands to "make your mouth water" to prepare you to eat.

You also have an enteric nervous system (ENS)—nerves within the walls of your GI tract. When food stretches the walls of your GI tract, the nerves of your ENS release many different substances that speed up or delay the movement of food and the production of digestive juices. The nerves send signals to control the actions of your gut muscles to contract and relax to push food through your intestines.

The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) and other components of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) conduct and support research into many diseases and conditions.

What are clinical trials, and are they right for you?

Watch a video of NIDDK Director Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers explaining the importance of participating in clinical trials.

What clinical trials are open?

Clinical trials that are currently open and are recruiting can be viewed at www.ClinicalTrials.gov .

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  1. Conjugation travel

    Conjugate the English verb travel: indicative, past tense, participle, present perfect, gerund, conjugation models and irregular verbs. Translate travel in context, with examples of use and definition.

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    traveled; travelled. More information. Full conjugation of "to travel". Translations for "to travel".

  3. Conjugation of travel

    travel. 'travel' is the model of its conjugation. In British English, the final consonant is doubled before -ing and -ed. infinitive: present participle: past participle: (to) travel. trave ll ing. trave ll ed.

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  5. To Travel Conjugation

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    Conjugate the verb travel in all tenses: present, past, participle, present perfect, gerund, etc. English Deutsch български Ελληνικά English ... Simple tenses • Continuous tenses • Conditional • Imperative • Impersonal. Present. I: am: travelling / Am traveling: you: are: travelling / Am traveling:

  8. TRAVEL conjugation table

    Present Continuous. I am travelling or traveling you are travelling or traveling he/she/it is travelling or traveling we are travelling or traveling you are travelling or traveling they are travelling or traveling.

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    40 examples. This verb can also mean the following: be, transmit, go from one place to another, force to journey, travail, be on a journey, pass, labour, pass from here to there, force, move, move illegally by walking. I. you. it/she/he.

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  13. travel

    travel (third-person singular simple present travels, present participle travelling or (US) traveling, simple past and past participle travelled or (US) traveled) ( intransitive ) To be on a journey , often for pleasure or business and with luggage; to go from one place to another.

  14. Travel Past Tense: Conjugation in Present, Past & Past Participle Tense

    Conjugation of Travel. Simple / Indefinite Present Tense. He/She/It travels . I travel. You/We/They travel. Present Continuous Tense. He/She/It is Commonwealth travelling, US traveling. I am Commonwealth travelling, US traveling. You/We/They are Commonwealth travelling, US traveling.

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  23. Conjugação do verbo "to travel" em Inglês

    to eat. to make. to like. to tell. to drive. cultura e viagens. Fonte: Conjugação do verbo 'to travel' em Inglês. Verbos conjugados em todos os tempos verbais com o conjugador bab.la.

  24. Your Digestive System & How it Works

    The digestive process starts when you put food in your mouth. Mouth. Food starts to move through your GI tract when you eat. When you swallow, your tongue pushes the food into your throat. A small flap of tissue, called the epiglottis, folds over your windpipe to prevent choking and the food passes into your esophagus.