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at present Many essays students write begin : nowadays I wondered if it sounds natural to use " at present. Instead of nowadays ad a would be to show things that happen currently in the world. What alternatives can you think of, please? Eg.Nowadays, most schools are providing students with access to modern technology. Thanks
May 30, 2015 3:59 PM
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"At present" me parece que "Now, but it could change in the future"; puede cambiar in la futura. "Nowadays" me parece que "Now, different from before"; ha cambiado en el pasado. "These days" = "Nowadays" "At present" = "So far" = "still" = todavía
May 30, 2015
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