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    The results i get now are a perfect reflection...

    Hi There,

    I would like to know if there are same meaning. If i save the words "now" and "current", are there still the same meaning.

    "The results i get now are a perfect reflection of my current level of development and what i need to learn to do better".
    or
    "The results i get are a perfect reflection of my level of development and what i need to learn to do better".

    Thank you

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    Re: The results i get now are a perfect reflection...

    You can say either of those. Do you mean "If I leave out/ omit those words?" You aren't saving them.
    No, they don't mean the same. The second could be referring to the results you habitually or generally get.

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