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1. Are there any other different ways to say “nowadays” and “these days” ?

2. Is “hands-on experience” correct if I want say “practical experience” in that way? If that expression is incorrect, could you please tell me the correct one and more academic expression for “practical experience”.

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Nhật Tiến Phan1. Are there any other different ways to say “nowadays” and “these days” ?

It depends on the sentence.

At the present time.

now

Currently

Over the past few years,

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Some examples:


1. Today/now we use word processors instead of typewriters.


2. The best way to learn this is by hands-on experience/doing.

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