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Hi,
I don't understand if "for now" is used the same way in Italian...
I think it means "temporarily" and indicates that a certain statement only refers to a preriod of time around now, and implies that something is likely to change in the future. Could you tell me more about it, with some examples? Mine are:

I'm got going format my harddisk for now.
I'll leave it there for now, maybe I'll take care of it later on.
I'm just a student for now, I'm no expert on that yet.


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KooyeenHi,
I don't understand if "for now" is used the same way in Italian...
I think it means "temporarily" and indicates that a certain statement only refers to a preriod of time around now, and implies that something is likely to change in the future. Could you tell me more about it, with some examples? Mine are:

I'm got going format my harddisk for now.
I'll leave it there for now, maybe I'll take care of it later on.
I'm just a student for now, I'm no expert on that yet.


Thanks Emotion: smile

I think you understand its use.

I'm about to get broadband cable internet service. For now, I'm still on dial-up.

This isn't really the sofa I'd like to have, but for now it will do.
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