Correct spelling, explanation: the word during is a preposition, which means that it is supposed to indicate relationships between other words in a sentence. It comes from Old French durer and from Latin durare. It is worth noticing that when it comes to spelling, the word during doesn’t feature two -r letters next to each other.
Durring is just a mistake.
Definition of during:
preposition, throughout the entire time of something
Mark wanted to start learning a new language during the summer.
My mother was conscious during her surgery.
Incorrect spelling, explanation: it is quite easy to spell the word during: it doesn’t contain any double vowels or double consonants. Some people, however, make the mistake of writing it with double -r, which has no etymological explanation. Remember that the only correct form is during, not
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