That is the answer!No, they are not, but it can be a bit tricky. During refers to what happened while a certain amount of time has passed. In focuses more on the specific amount of time that has passed.
- He did it during the summer.
He did it in five hours.
In the first sentence, we are given a vague idea of when the activity took place. In the second sentence, we are told exactly how long the activity lasted.
How did I do, Teach?
Student or Learner