today’s day and age vs this day and age : Common Errors in English

About today’s day and age vs this day and age

The traditional expression is “in this day and age,” meaning “right at this moment and during a considerable stretch of time around this moment.” “Today’s day” is redundant: “today” already has “day” in it.

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  1. A Don McCormack column: Football primer

    With the nonstop, 24-7 lifestyle we’ve all been pretty much forced to swallow in this day and age, this should come to the surprise of no one — six weeks from Monday, high school football practice begins across the Buckeye State.
    on June 30, 2013 Source: Star Beacon

  2. Guggenheim Grotto are worthy of worship

    There is a lot of talk this day and age about how the music business is on the decline, but as long as there are clubs like the Saint in Asbury Park and bands like Dublin’s Guggenheim Grotto, we can be assured that the business is in good hands.
    on June 28, 2013 Source: Irish Central

  3. Boys and Girls Club in Lynchburg Gets Computer Lab

    Lynchburg, VA - If you have a computer at home, consider yourself lucky. This day and age we depend on them, and our kids need them to get ahead in school.
    on June 28, 2013 Source: ABC 13 Lynchburg

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