Translation:It's raining now!
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The need for the word 'now' in the translation is totally absurd. In English, one does not say 'It's raining' when referring to anytime but 'now' -- not yesterday, not tomorrow... The activity has to be happening at that time; it is understood. Why the Chinese insists on including this unnecessary word when Chinese itself EXcludes so many words that other languages would insist on is beyond me.