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    During /Through

    What is the difference between "during" and "through"?

    During or through the year...?

    Thank you!


    I have another problem: I can understand a track of my english audiofile...who can help me if I send you the audiofile in a private mail?
    Please, help me!
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    Re: During /Trough

    Quote Originally Posted by lady_bird13 View Post
    I have another problem: I can understand a track of my english audiofile...who can help me if I send you the audiofile in a private mail?
    Please, help me!
    English isn't my native language but I want to help you.....

    I don't know how to send private messages in this forum. Can anyone help me?

    Please change the title of this topic (trough --> through)

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    Re: During /Through

    I have sent you an email at @libero.it

    Also, I have sent you a private message.
    Last edited by Energy Engineer; 19-May-2011 at 01:05.

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    Re: During /Trough

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    I don't know how to send private messages in this forum. Can anyone help me?
    You have to have submitted a certain number of posts (15 if I remember correctly) to have PMs enabled.

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    Re: During /Trough

    Quote Originally Posted by birdeen's call View Post
    You have to have submitted a certain number of posts (15 if I remember correctly) to have PMs enabled.
    Thank you. I didn't know.

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    Re: During /Through

    Quote Originally Posted by lady_bird13 View Post
    What is the difference between "during" and "through"?

    During or through the year...?

    Thank you!

    During the Year OCS wishes to promote and develop good practice within the ...
    We will be having courses throughout the year

    I think Americans might say "through" the year as in May through
    September but generally through is a preposition of space not time. eg I went through the tunnel.

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