Confusing words

Confusing words: during, for, while

Confusing during, for and while is a common learner error. Let’s look at the difference and then do a quick exercise. During During is a preposition. We use it to talk about a period of time. During is followed by a noun: during the night during our holiday during their marriage during the concert. Some examples: I woke up three times during the night. There was a massive thunderstorm during... »

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