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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Puck, Mar 12, 2007.
how about we live in the present?
what do you think now is?
present is a more grammatical way of saying it
according to who?
they both mean the same thing.
according to the stupid english book/teacher/thing
i doubt it matters.
me either, english is overrated, especially grammar =]
i've heard "we live in the now" much more than i've heard "we live in the present"... and when i think about it... "we live in the present" sounds grammatically incorrect... maybe not.. but it's definately said less often
We go from asante samuel to english class.