Why is the word "jetzt" before of the another one "darüber"?
the first to determine the time of this sentence gets a hat off. (Future or Present) ?
Why is "we are going to talk about this" not acceptable?
Not sure Duo would accept it but I think it would be ok if you had included "jetzt" - now.
"We are going to talk about this now."
Why would "we'll talk it over now" not be acceptable? Does talking something over imply a level of depth to the conversation that simply talking about it wouldn't have? Or is it just because it's more of a colloquialism?
If “werden” refers to the future and “jetzt” to the present does this sentence make sense? Should it not simply have been “wir sprechen jetzt darüber”?
What's the difference between "jetzt" and "nun"?
What is the difference between Jetzt and Bereits when they mean already?
Bereits is already, but Jetzt is now.
thereover means the same "as about that", so it should be taken as a right adverb, even though it is too old-like
Why not "we will speak...."
sprechen = talk, speak
Werden is useless in this sentence.
Werden means will. Thats like saying "Will" is useless (in the english translation)