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WHILE vs. DURING   〜する間に vs. 〜の間じゅう

While and during are both used to say that one action occurs at the same time as another.

While is followed by a noun and a verb phrase (independent clause).
During is followed by a noun phrase only.

whileduring は、両方とも何かが起こっている間に、同時に起こることについて言うときに使う言葉です。

whileは、後ろに節がきます。
duringは、後ろに名詞句がきます。

1.While I was sleeping, someone broke into my apartment and stole my stereo.
  
2.You wait here while I ask for directions.
  
3.It upsets me when people talk during a movie.
  
4.More people travel during Obon than during any other time of year.
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