blacknomi said:tdol said:
I worked there during summer.
-->meaning in summer,I worked there for a period of time, not the whole summer.
If I'd like to put the preposition 'in' in this sentence, I think it should be,
I worked there in the summer time.
-->meaning I worked there for an entire summer time.
Is that right? :?:
luckychris said:hello,mike.Would you like to introduce yourself? Are you in newyork? I'm very interested in U.S.A.
luckychris said:Yes, I live in the heart of Manhattan, New York City. I am a veterinarian, by trade. What about you? :wink:
Yes, I live in the heart of Manhattan, New York City. I am a veterinarian, by trade. What about you? :wink:
'During' means that it didn't last all summer, in contrast to 'for the summer, etc, but 'in' would mean much the same to me. I might try to suggest that 'during' is longer, but I'm not entirely convinced.