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He is now 48 years old.
She’s been very ill, but she’s much better now.
The meeting should have finished by now.
I’ve never been to a formal dinner party before now, and I’m not quite sure how to behave.
Nancy will be working full-time from now on.
The rule will take effect as of now.
Prices will remain unchanged for now.
Goodbye for now.
Until now, we’ve had very mild weather this winter.
Right now I’m not interested in dating – I need to spend some time alone.
‘Can I ask you a question?’ ‘Not now – I’m busy.’
Now is the time to look forward, make plans for the future, and work together.
If everyone else has finished in the bathroom, I’ll have my shower now.
‘Can you call me back?’ ‘No, I need to talk to you right now.’
It’s three years now since I moved south from Scotland.
The farm workers have been there for about two weeks now.
Having inherited the money, she knew that things would now be much better.
Now that the war is over, there is a lot more food in the shops.
Now I’m back here, I can hardly walk down a street without seeing someone I know.
Now I see why she didn’t want to go with me – she was interested in George.
We ran down the road and past the house, which was now hidden in the darkness.
Now come on, tell me what’s been happening.
Don’t forget now – phone me tomorrow.
Now that’s what I like about Harry – he’s always cheerful.
Now, listen everybody.
Now, about next week’s programme – we’ve had to make a few changes.
Now then, are there any more questions?
He was 20 when he moved to the city. Now, you have to remember that was 30 years ago.
Now, let me think.