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I've come here over my summer break from university in Japan.

Can on or using replace over?
Thanks
LiJ
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I'd say "on" is okay but I question "using." I guess it's possible, but I've never heard it.

I believe "over" and "for" would mean for the entire duration of the break, while "on" or "during" could mean for only a portion of the break.

- A.
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Avangi"over" and "for" would mean for the entire duration of the break, while "on" or "during" could mean for only a portion of the break.
Your post reminds me of how the word during works. Got it. Thanks, Avangi.