How do you use now and then?
now and then in a sentence
- Now and then she advises young filmmakers who seek her opinion.
- But that did not prevent him from missteps now and then.
- Even if it does mean telling a stretcher now and then.
- Every now and then over the years he sent her money.
- It would be nice to see some tenderness now and then.
What is the meaning of phrase now and then?
phrase. If you say that something happens now and then or every now and again, you mean that it happens sometimes but not very often or regularly.
Is now and then correct?
The proper use case for each is the same, so use whichever you prefer, however you should correct the latter half of the sentence, removing the word ‘for’: Now and then I go trekking. Absolutely right.
What is and then?
adverb. subsequently or soon afterward (often used as sentence connectors) “we watched the late movie and then went to bed”
Is it now and then or every now and then?
Also, every now and again; every once in a while; every so often. Occasionally, from time to time; also, periodically. For example, Every now and then I long for a piece of chocolate, or We take long walks every now and again, or Every once in a while he’ll call, or Every so often she washes the car.
How often is every now and then?
Definition of ‘every now and then etc’ You use every in the expressions every now and then, every now and again, every once in a while, and every so often in order to indicate that something happens occasionally.