NOT A TEACHER
(1) Please type in this website's search box: During vs. through.
(The first result is a very helpful thread from December 27, 2005.)
(2) Please go to Google and type: During vs. through.
(The first result is very helpful, too.)
(3) To make things even harder for you, English has a preposition
similar to "through." It is "throughout." Sometimes "throughout"
fits better than "through." Sorry for the bad news!!! I do not
understand why some people claim that English is "easy"!!!
(4) According to our wonderful adviser Michael Swan in Practical
(a) In British English, maybe is used "in an informal style."
(b) British people often pronounce "perhaps" as "praps."
(c) In American English, perhaps "is less common, and is
(5) This is only my comment:
Kindly remember that "maybe" and "may be" are not the same.
Tom: Are you coming to my party?
Sue: Will you be at work tomorrow?
Tony: I'm not sure. I may be (at work tomorrow, and then again I
may not be at work tomorrow. It depends on how I feel in the
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