One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the work must be finished today’
this day, this very day, before tomorrow, this morning, this afternoon, this evening
2‘the complex tasks demanded of computers today’
nowadays, at the present time, these days, in these times, at this time, in this day and age, now, just now, right now, currently, at present, at the present moment, at this moment in time
in the present climate, in the present circumstances, things being what they are
North American presently
1‘today is a rest day’
this day, this very day
2‘policies relevant to the society of today’
the present, the present day, the present time, now, the here and now, this moment, this time, this period, this age
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