muy bien ahora
Muy Bien Ahora
This translates to "very good now".
I would like to know how is "Now" emphasized.
Is this a recent reaction as in another way of saying "because I see you"
As with English, if you write, I'm good... Now.. this implies I am happy now because I see you..
thanks so much
Commas are not used so freely in Spanish as they are in English. They are used when absolutely necessary, and you cannot use the same grammatical rules to apply them...thus "muy bien ahora" does not need a comma as an English sentence does.
The phrase, "muy bien, ahora" has the same connotation as English...if you were to ask someone how they were and they said, "I am really good, now." You would understand the meaning to be..."now that I have seen you". Same in Spanish!
Is the comma important in Spanish?
Muy Bien, Ahora Muy Bien Ahora
even without a comma does it have same feeling?