Per tips: an-dràsta - just now, as in right at this moment; implies that the situation could change.
This implies that George is with me here at this moment. It also implies that George is invisible.
Can it be, "Are you with George just now?" It seems like the together is superfluous in this instance. As in physically next to said person now as opposed to being together with a person as in a relationship status.
Apparently so. It worked for me.
Are you along with George just now?
That's an acceptable answer here. :)
Ah yes... Perfect English