#EngTrivia : How to Use “Today”, “Present day” and “Nowadays”

Hello fellas, how are you today?

Today’s session  #EngTrivia we will discuss how to use  “Today”, “Present day” and “Nowadays” in the sentences, also know what are the difference between Today, Present day and Nowadays.

1. Today is a noun and usually refers to the current calendar day, or this day.

E.g: “Today is Wednesday”

    “ It will be cloudy all day today”

     “Today is September 28th.”

2. Present day is also a noun and usually refers to the current era or period of time, a time that exists and sometimes a period of years or decades or even centuries.

E.g: “ The music of the present day is very different from the music of the Baroque period.”

Sometimes, present day also used as an adjective.

E.g : “ If you look back at what computers used to look like, present-day models are very sophisticated

Fellas, do you have any others example?

Nowadays in an adverb that mean “at the present time” and it can be used to mean the period of current, decades and centuries.  

E.g: “Kids nowadays have much more freedom than they did in my day”.

3. Nowadays you can find just about anything you want to know on the Internet.”

Fellas, Sometimes today is used as an adverb to mean the same thing as nowadays.

E.g: “ Schools today/ nowadays are struggling to get funding for the arts.”

That’s all for today fellas, See you tomorrow!

Compiled and written by @2013happyy for @Englishtipsforyou on Wednesday, August28, 2019

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