Asked • 03/14/19

How can I say "Right now", or "At that exact moment"?

Saying "now" is easy, with 今, but in my experience that doesn't express so much "right now, this instant" as it does "currently". I am looking for structure that translates these examples well: - I have just now been thinking about that. - At that exact moment, X happened. Edit: I also know that I have heard a grammatical structure for "I was in the middle of something (watching TV) and then I was interrupted by X (the phone ringing / an earthquake)". Anyone knows what I mean?

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Linda T. answered • 03/14/19

B.A. in Englush Language Arts

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