We use while & as to talk about time, but the way we use them is different. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at the difference between while & as and see how you can use them in your English conversation.
Here are the example sentences:
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- As I stood up, I began to feel dizzy.
- As I opened the window, the air conditioner fell out.
- As I turned around to ask them to be quite, the man next to them scolded them.
- Just as he finished his speech, everyone stood and applauded loudly.
- Let’s all say “Happy Birthday” just as she walks in the room.
- Just as we pulled out of the drive way, I realized I had left my wallet on the kitchen table.
- While I was working, the phone rang many times. “During the time I was working….”
- While having dinner, I generally don’t watch TV.
- While I was traveling to the office, I decided to take a nap on the train.
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