51) I dared myself to use 'on' instead of 'about' because I've seen this somewhere. Are they both ok?
I don't understand that question.
- someone says "I've lived in Paris for seven years." ==> Does he still live in Paris now? Yes.
- This is from a text: "America was now top nation" ==> was + now is certainly confusing.
now is “used in stories or reports of past events to describe a new situation or event
It was getting dark now and we were tired."
now adverb (AT PRESENT) - definition in British English Dictionary & Thesaurus - Cambridge Dictionary Online
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