What kind of construction should I use to succinctly communicate to someone that I did a total of four tests in the time period of yesterday and today? If I just say:
- I did four tests yesterday and today.
It will be interpreted as meaning that I did a total of eight tests across the two-day period. So how can my idea be expressed? Would the preposition ‘between’ work? As in:
- Between yesterday and today, I did a total of four tests.
What if I want to state the time frame int terms of days of the week?
- Between/over Monday, Wednesday and Friday, I did four tests.
Of course, all of above is just my own attempt at an expression. If it’s not idiomatic please suggest better constructions.
Many thanks in advance.