I'm used to it now.
She used to be a teacher, but now she works in publishing.
I thought you'd have finished by now.
You should have mentioned it before now.
That's all for now.
I am now vegetarian! (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Slovak)
We're going home now.
Shall we eat now or later?
I don't want to wait until tomorrow, I want it now!
I can't do it right now.
Please, buy it right now. (Key English Test; A2; Spanish)
I've lived in Cambridge for two years now.
She's been a vegetarian for ten years now.
I love chocolate, but I only eat it now and then.
If you really love to have a snack now and then, try to eat fruit and vegetables, instead of sweets. (First Certificate in English; B2; Swedish)
We're expecting our second child any day now.
The evil creatures who were bound to come out of the dark [w]ould see Carla any minute now. (First Certificate in English; B2; Dutch)
We still meet up every now and then.
Each day choose 10 new words and learn them by heart. In a week you will have learned 70 new words, and in a year 3640, a lot of words. Please, do not forget to repeat them every now and then. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Danish)
When I came in just now, everyone was laughing.
Who was that woman who was speaking just now?
I [was] watch[ing] a badminton competition just now. (Key English Test; A2; Chinese)
Now that I've got a car I can visit her more often.
You should help in the house more, now you're older.
She's enjoying the job now that she's got more responsibility.
Now I am in England for fu[r]ther studies, I would be very grateful to you if you will give me the oppo[r]tunity to join your club. (First Certificate in English; B2; Danish)