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How to Pronounce Now: Learn how to pronounce Now in English correctly

Learn how to say Now correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word now:

adverb
1at the present time or moment:
where are you living now?
it’s the most popular style of jazz right now
not now, I’m late
they should be back by now
at the time directly following the present moment; immediately:
if we leave now we can be home by ten
I’d rather do it now than leave it till later
under the present circumstances; as a result of something that has recently happened:
it is now clear that we should not pursue this policy
I didn’t receive the letter, but it hardly matters now
on this further occasion, typically as the latest in a series of annoying situations or events:
what do you want now?
used to emphasize a particular length of time:
they’ve been married four years now
(in a narrative or account of past events) at the time spoken of or referred to:
she was nineteen now, and she was alone
2used, especially in conversation, to draw attention to a particular statement or point in a narrative:
now, my first impulse was to run away
I don’t like Scotch. Now, if it had been Irish Whiskey you’d offered me
3used in a request, instruction, or question, typically to give a slight emphasis to one’s words:
we can hardly send her back, now can we?
run along now
used when pausing or considering one’s next words:
let me see now, oh yes, I remember
4used at the end of an ironic question echoing a previous statement:
‘Mum says you might let me have some of your stamps.’ ‘Does she now?’
conjunction
as a consequence of the fact:
they spent a lot of time together now that he had retired
now you mention it, I haven’t seen her around for ages
adjective
informal
fashionable or up to date:
see more of what’s now during our autumn catwalk show