Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Now"

I'm busy now.
I must go now.
She is out now.
I'm leaving now.
I'm leaving now.
I'm tied up now.
It is seven now.
I have to go now.
I must leave now.
It's now my turn.
He's studying now.
He's swimming now.
I have a cold now.
It's now or never.
I have to leave now.
What am I to do now?
What is popular now?
You can go home now.
Do your homework now.
He is now on his own.
I have got to go now.
I'm feeling fine now.
She isn't lonely now.
This will do for now.
What should I do now?
What's Ken doing now?
I must be leaving now.
I'm tied up right now.
May I do it right now?
I am taking a bath now.
She's at the hotel now.
I do not need money now.
I wish he were here now.
Ken must be home by now.
She is in her hotel now.
We'd better go home now.
He looks much better now.
Now let's begin the game.
Now this is more like it.
Come and see me right now.
I wish she were alive now.
She's in the hospital now.
Tom isn't watching TV now.
I have almost no money now.
I wish I were in Paris now.
Now is the time for action.
Now let's get down to work.
The castle is now in ruins.
The Diet is now in session.
I am playing volleyball now.
I'm afraid I have to go now.
I'm now busy writing a book.
You must be very hungry now.
I'm a bit short of money now.
My sister isn't studying now.
He should have arrived by now.
I feel like taking a bath now.
I'm sorry, I'm busy right now.
My son is now as tall as I am.
Tom is playing the violin now.
Where have you been up to now?
Will you please let me go now?
I can't get away from work now.
I wish I could be in Paris now.
Now he has nothing to live for.
Strawberries are in season now.
Both countries are now at peace.
Dinner is probably ready by now.
Now it's time to say good night.
Would you like a cup of tea now?
It is ten degrees below zero now.
My mother is in the hospital now.
Tom is living with his uncle now.
I wish Beth were here with me now.
Sorry, I've got my hands full now.
There's very little we can do now.
I can't think of his name just now.
I hear from him every now and then.
What do you think she is doing now?
Your son must be quite tall by now.
I think it's time for me to leave now.
Does Nancy have to do her homework now?
Now that Mary has left, Tom is happier.
I don't feel much like talking right now.
He writes to his mother every now and then.
I now view life differently than I used to.
She loves him now more than she did before.
I don't feel like doing my math homework now.
If we'd been on that plane, we'd be dead now.
The trouble is that I have no money on me now.
What will happen if there's power failure now?
A lot of people are dealing with allergies now.
A lot of people are dealing with hay fever now.
I guess I'll be living with you a year from now.
If he had taken my advice, he would now be rich.
Let's wrap up this work now and go out drinking.
What I want him to do now is to paint the fence.
We will now report on this year's business results.
A lot of people are now trying to sell their houses.
I didn't used to like wine, but now I like it a lot.
I'm sure that she has arrived at the village by now.
If I had bought the painting then, I would be rich now.
If you want security in your old age, begin saving now.
He used to eat out every day, but now he can't afford it.
Now that you are eighteen, you can get a driver's license.
She stole a lot of money from him, so now she is in prison.
It took more than a month to get over my cold, but I'm OK now.
We have a visitor right now. Would you mind waiting for a while?
I found out that Tom now has three citations for drunken driving.
Tom didn't use to like red wine, but now he drinks it almost every day.
The time women spend doing housework is now a lot less than it used to be.
A lot of people who have up until now been spending money having a good time now need to be more careful with their money.


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