- 1 Post By Teia
as and when
Martin Hewings' ADVANCED GRAMMAR IN USE (2004 edition) CD ROM (unit 79)has a question as follows:
Most of my colleagues were still working as I left.
I filled the blank with 'when', but the given answer is 'as'. I don't know why I was wrong. Could you help me?
Re: as and when
As has the meaning of 'during that time' which indicates an action in progress.
Originally Posted by joham
When means 'at that moment, at that time, etc.'
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