Experts please help me !!Which is correct - we 'll talk in English from now or from now onwards !!?

Dear Student,
Both from now on and now onwards are grammatically correct. However, in colloquial terms, from now on is used.
Now on could be used to refer to something in the near foreseen future, however, now onwards usually means, from this point onwards.
Regards.

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What is your doubt koushik
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My doubt is that - tell me which sentence is correct :-
(A) we'll talk in English from now on .
(B) we'll talk in English from now onwards .
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The first one is correct sentence.
We'll talk in English from now.
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From now onwards
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Either it will be:
We will talk in English from now.
Or
We will talk in English now onwards.
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ANNYEONG!
I am definitely not an expert but i think both can be correct. Though, the second one should be better. 
THx!
 
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we'll talk in English from now onwards ...........is the correct answer........
HOPE IT WILL HELP YOU............
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From now onwards is correct.
 
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