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    How does "currently now" sound for you?

    My question to native speakers. How does "currently now" sound for you? Is it ok to use such phrase? Is this phrase used often?
    I heard this phrase from non-native speaker and was told that it is equivalent to "right now". Is it correct?

    Thank you


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    Re: How does "currently now" sound for you?

    He is incorrect wrong.

    Get my meaning?

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