Remembering Jane Straus | May 18, 1954–February 25, 2011 | Author of the original Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation
Careful speakers and writers might consider avoiding this word. If you tell hungry guests, "We're serving dinner presently," they might think you mean now. But presently means "in the near future." It's a stuffy word anyway; what's wrong with soon?
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