Where to use DURING and WHILE – Easy Tutorial

Where to use During?

“During” comes before a noun. It relates to a short action, not telling about the extent of time , since the incident is happening. (During+noun)

For example:-
Everyone was carefully listening during the presentation
The weather turns quite pleasant during winters

Where to use While

“WHILE” is used before a subject and verb (While+subject+verb)
For example
The door bell rang, while I was trimming my nails
I met him while he was busy preparing the notes

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