Is “in no time” often used in sentences of simple future tense?
“Right now” has two different meanings. It refers to “at the present time” or “immediately”.
But why is the sentence “He didn’t answer my question right now, which made me very upset” wrong?
The two meanings of “right now” I posted here come from Macmillan English dictionary for advanced learners of American English. According to the dictionary, it means “immediately” sometimes. lingobingo, I’m confused again.