I ran across what did not appear to be at first but what became an interesting question posted here which asked for clarification about using the prepositional phrases during and through, and when one would be more appropriate than the other. At first I thought this question might be too easy for this website and it would be a simple matter to Google a resource with a ready example. Surprisingly, though, I didn't find any such site. As you'll note in the comments, @aparente001 also searched for an appropriate website with little success. So we agreed this question was worth elevating to the community.
Is there an excellent online resource for defining, comparing and contrasting prepositional phrases, using the criteria that it must, at a minimum, define both during and through and give examples comparing and contrasting them to show when one is more appropriate than the other? (The idea is that if it includes these then it will [hopefully] also include other hard to find prepositional phrase comparisons and thus be a great resource for English language learners.)