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    Within/In/For a short period of time

    What is the difference between these three? And when do you use them in a sentence?


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    Re: Within/In/For a short period of time

    The way the forum works, enthusiastic learner, is that you use them in a sentence and we comment on your understanding of phrases like these.

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