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    the correct preposition

    confused
    Which preposition to use here?

    -We had a holiday at/by the end of March in 2002.
    -We didn't have a long holiday since/during Ramadan, because I had to work on the following Saturday.
    -During/in the twenties century it got hotter in the winter.

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    Re: the correct preposition

    Quote Originally Posted by fuadha View Post
    confused
    Which preposition to use here?

    -We had a holiday at the end of March (in) 2002.
    -We didn't have a long holiday during Ramadan, because I had to work on the following Saturday.
    -During the twentieth century it got hotter in the winter.
    (SINCE conveys a completely different meaning)

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