Interested in Language
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During the time that Eric was Head Of Promotion at EMI Records, he was responsible for the "plugging" of Cliff's 1976 album "I'm Nearly Famous".
The above sentence could be expressed as:
When / while Eric was Head Of Promotion at EMI Records, he was responsible for the "plugging" of Cliff's 1976 album "I'm Nearly Famous".
What I am particularly interested in is "that" in the phrase "during the time that". In my opinion, "during the time that" means "during the time in which". Please confirm or deny.
The source: BBC - Essex - Local Radio - When Eric met Cliff
The similar structures are as follows:
The year that (in which) I was born was .....
In mono-stable mode output is active for all the time the corresponding push button is pressed in the keyfob =In mono-stable mode output is active for all the time (that/during which/in which) the corresponding push button is pressed in thekeyfob.
Thank you. I am very eager to know an answer.
You will learn less than nothing by studying users' manuals that have obviously been written by people who have very little knowledge of English. I am referring to this mono-stable crap. Think about who is talking to you and what their intentions are.
I don't rely on users' manuals.
Last edited by Rover_KE; 08-Apr-2013 at 22:12. Reason: Moving the apostrophe.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.