Student or Learner
I was taught that 'recently' doesn't go with the simple present tense, the present progressive tense or any future tenses.
But I just read a book about American street English and came across this sentence:
Jibbing is catching on recently all around the world.
Does this sentence sound all right to native English speakers?
Thank you very much.
It doesn't sound very natural to me. (British English speaker)