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JLPT N2 / Advanced > Time

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1. During A
The phrase that follows is a continuous action that continues during the period/action A. This differs from に (show below), which shows a single, instantaneous action that occurs before the time frame ends.
My brother was watching TV while I was cooking dinner.
1. During A (before A is finished/over)
The phrase that follows に is a single action that occurs during A; specifically, before A finishes. This differs from (show above), which shows a continuous action that occurs during the entirety of the action A.
The student ran away sometime while the principal was talking.
1. When A; at the time A
また こちらへ    には  びに      
I'll drop by again when I come here.
1. Right after A, C
A and B are the same verb/action.
その     する  しない              
The party had hardly left when it began to rain.
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