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  1. Newbie
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    During + Clause

    Hi,
    Normally we can't use clause after during but there is a way to use during with a clause like that :

    > I am going to school during (wrong : he stays at us) the summer : this is more appropriate using of it but if we want to use the clause I put wrong before it. I mean this is a right usage of during :

    > I am going to school during the time that he stays at us...

    Thanks...

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    Re: During + Clause

    so no one gives me an answer?

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