How do you spell in?

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December 6, 2012
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How do you spell in?

There are many words and expressions in our language that can have several correct spellings depending on their meaning. These include “during” and “during”. How do you spell "during"? Both options are true, both are written separately with the preposition "in". Despite the fact that both options are correct, they should not be confused, because they have different meanings. It depends on the meaning of which spelling should be chosen in this or that case.

When we write "during"

Where to write "during", and where - "during"? When we have a noun with a preposition, we need to write “in flow”: “in the flow of this river”. Consider the proposed example. First, the word “flow” means the movement of water in a particular river. Secondly, an adjective can be inserted between the preposition and the word, which, consistent with the noun, will not spoil the expression: “in the fast current of this river”. The noun is inclined in cases, so we look: in whom? in what? (prepositional) - during (the end of "and").In such cases, correctly write "in the flow."

When we write "during"

But there is also a group of derived prepositions. For example, “in continuation”, “during”. Such words are always written without change, they do not lean on cases and always require after themselves the spelling of the word in the genitive case. The derivative preposition "within" is always written that way.

For example: "during this hour." The value here is no longer “the flow of water in the river”, as in the past case, but “during this hour,” i.e. It is assumed that the action will be made during this hour. So, we have a completely different meaning. Second: you cannot put an adjective between “in” and “flow” in order to get a logical expression: “in the long run of this hour”. This is grammatically and logically wrong, we do not say or write. Prepositions also have certain meanings and do not allow the insertion into themselves of any extra word. In this example, we have a derivative preposition “within”, and therefore we need to write it in this way. Now you know how to spell "in flow" and how to spell "in flow".