We must avoid these phrases because ‘moment’ is a too narrow fraction of time state and it is an uncommon way to refer to time in English. Use: At present/Presently/Currently
This sounds like “yeah, maybe we will, maybe we won’t, but I don’t really care”. It is better to be more specific here or explain why you cannot do this to better absorb it.
Believe it or not, lots of people will misinterpret this simple phrase. It’s often used in a derogatory manner in everyday English.
Please be careful with the word corresponding. “you need a corresponding subscription to use these tools.” In this example, the word “corresponding” meant to say something like “appropriate”. If we go into more details, it tried to say something like “to use these tools, you need a subscription that includes these tools”. Or “to use