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- You use now when you want to say that something is true at this time. It is also used for things a short time in the future or a short time in the past.
- I had many problems before, but I'm OK now.
- What did you say just now?
- The English teacher is at the library now.
- You use now at the beginning of a sentence to get people's attention.
- Now, I'd like to hear from other people too.
- You use now to refer to the present time, often in contrast to a time in the past or the future.
- Now is the time when we must all live as economically as possible.
- Now is a good time to do it.
- Mary should be home by now.
- You use now to indicate that an event has occurred and as a result something else may or will happen.
- I’m going to relax now the school year is over.