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    for and during

    I read a sentence:
    If you went somewhere for the summer, you stayed there.

    Is it a correct sentence. Can I use for before the summer. I feel it is during. which one is right. If for is correct How can you justify that there should be for.
    Thankyou sir,
    Last edited by cglprasad; 07-Jun-2009 at 12:31. Reason: type error

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    Re: for and during

    for the summer --> from the beginning of the summer to the end you will be there
    during the summer --> unspecific duration
    in the summer --> does not imply duration


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