Up to now
I learned that up to now has to do with a moment in the past that goes till the present and is usually related to something negative.
Would it be right if i say =
i havent heard about him up to now ?
Could you give me examples of this expression?
Feb 6, 2014 10:15 PM
Answers · 4
Yes, but it need not be negative. For example, "up to now we have collected five-hundred specimens".
February 6, 2014
Randy is correct, it does not need to be negative. Some people also say "up until now", and it means the same thing.