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In the following two sentences which one is more appropriate

The B109 funds are intended to offset the loss of wages due to TB, and to help with (both travelling and nutrition)

The B109 funds are intended to offset the loss of wages due to TB, and to help with (both travel and nutrition)

Travel and traveling both are noun and refer to the activity of travelling so I don't see any deiiference

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To start, heres a good reference: wordhippo.com Noun Travel

Because:

The noun travel can be countable or uncountable.

It can be Plural and Non Plural.

Travelling is also Countable and Uncountable in a Plural sense > Meaning it can be used to reference One person travelling, while also being used as "Travellings" to describe multiple people travelling.

So you can use Travel or Travelling for your context of sentence.

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    One can use "travels", as in the classic title Travels with Charlie, but "Travelings" is at best very unusual. In fact i don't recall ever encountering that form.n any case the choice between "travel" and "traveling" does not have to do with whether it is a countable noun, nor with plural vs singular. "Travels" is not used to describe a trip by multiple people, but to describe multiple trips. – David Siegel Jun 3 '19 at 19:28

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