Translation:The professor wants to concentrate on his book at the moment.
You know when you gotta put all the word blocks together? For this one, all of them were already placed in in order. All i needed to do was hit enter. That supposed to happen?
I tried "right now" and was marked wrong, with the suggestion of the awkward "presently" instead.
What's wrong with "At the moment the teacher wants to focus on his book"? I even think it's a more natural way of expressing.
"in this moment" then the moment is more important than the book. He's concentrating on the book, not on the moment.