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    "IN the process" versus "DURING the process"

    What is the difference (if any) between "in the process" and "during the process"? Much thanks in advance.

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    Re: "IN the process" versus "DURING the process"

    Hi, and welcome to the forum. We can discuss this intelligently (hopefully, anyway) if you post a sentence showing how you want to use the phrase.
    I am not a teacher.

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