duringと in

まだまとめ途中ですが、分かったところまで書きます。

I visited my aunt in Kyoto during the summer vacation.

夏休みに、という例文で見かけます。

Grammar Quizより引用

During indicates a period or range of time (having duration) and is used to say that something happened. “throughout this time” or “sometime within this time”.  A clause with during focuses more on what happened—the activity, event or experience.

特定期間の前に。何が起こったかに焦点がある。

ACTIVITY THROUGHOUT THIS PERIOD
We sat on the beach during the morning hours.
EVENT
The beach is fulll during Easter.
EXPERIENCE
We went to the sea often during our childhood.

We spent time near the sea during our stay in Greece.

 

In specifies when an activity occurs/occurred, the timing of the activity—part of day, month, season, year. A clause wit in focuses more on when something happened than what happened. In  may specify how soon or how long something takes/took. (See timelines in the next section.)

出来事がいつ起こったかを明らかにする。出来事よりも時、長さ、タイミングに焦点がある。

HIS PERIOD
We sat on the beach in the morning.
DURATION—QUANTITY HOW LONG?
We swam a mile in an hour. (within an hour’s time, 60 minutes)

コメントを残す

メールアドレスが公開されることはありません。