Thread: During or for?
View Single Post
  #1  
Old September 23, 2019, 07:26 PM
AngelicaDeAlquezar's Avatar
AngelicaDeAlquezar AngelicaDeAlquezar is offline
Obsidiana
 
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Mexico City
Posts: 8,388
Native Language: Mexican Spanish
AngelicaDeAlquezar is on a distinguished road
During or for?

I've been asked about this and I'm confused.
In this sentence: "I'll do what I can during the time we spend together", is "during" alright or should it be "for"?

At first it sounded alright to me with "during", but then I started thinking "for" might be more appropriate... so far, the explanations I've found about the use of both words have me scrambled.

Thanks in advance for all clarification.
__________________
Ain't it wonderful to be alive when the Rock'n'Roll plays...
Reply With Quote