For now I am in Italy

Ilario Esparza

New Member
Hi!! I am a beginner in japanese

how would you say this in japanese?

For now I'm in Italy

My attemp: Sorekara Watashi wa Itaria imasu.

  • papapa

    New Member
    Japan, Japanese
    How about,
    "(Sorekara) Watashi wa Ima Italia ni imasu."


    "Ni" is important and we can't omit it. It is equivalent to "in"( I'm in Italy).

    "Sorekara" is a conjunction and it means "by the way","In addition","also"...etc.
    "ima" means "right now".


    Senior Member
    français Clodoaldien
    First of all, "for now" should rather be "for the time being" in English.
    toriaezu itaria ni imasu
    is one option.
    Another one could be : 今のところ/さしあたり イタリアにいます (imanotokoro/sashiatari ).
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