I made this mind map because students often confuse these collocations. In this way, I hope it will be easier for you to remember the most common verbs you can use with this word.
These are the most common collocations with ‘journey’ + adjective or adjective + ‘journey’:
You can download this mind map (imx file) on Biggerplate.
Example sentences from the web with some of these collocations:
- The train journey, which I’ve taken from Pyongyang to the border, takes about five hours.
- In the evening, five days after leaving Irkutsk, the train arrived in the Russian-administered city of Harbin. Here my grandfather decided to end his long railway journey.
- Rebecca was exhausted, jet-lagged, hot, still shaking from the hour-long bumper car journey from the airport.
- The Yellow River’s epic journey across northern China is a prism through which to see the country’s unfolding water crisis.
- I traded in my luxury car and briefcase for a pair of walking shoes and a backpack and started a cross-country journey from Times Square.
- It was the worst possible scenario on the best of all trips: a sentimental journey into the finest elk country in the West.
- I chose not to call him to wish him a safe journey.
- In a long, hazardous journey west, G. reached Portugal in mid-1941, and later went to London.
- Achieving a representative form of government has been a long and tortuous journey, and the search for equity and justice has been an ongoing attempt to find or fashion a world that recognizes and respects all of those who live in it.