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  1. Newbie
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    Unhappy articles

    Please tell me the defferences between 'in summer vacation'and 'during summer vacation'.

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    Re: articles

    Could you please provide some context?
    I've really only heard "during summer vacation" used, but maybe "in summer vacation" is also used sometimes.

  3. Newbie
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    Thanks for the response,rancher 247.

    How about these?

    'My sister studied English during summer vacation in America. and My sister stuied English in summer vacation in America.'

    Are there any nuances of meaning in them?

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