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Katrine
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
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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.
February 8, 2014
Katrine
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English, French, Portuguese
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