Present Continuous vs. Present Simple
English: this course incorrectly gives the Present Simple tense as an alternative for the Present Continuous. While is true in romance languages, not so in English!
This should be discussed further, because many users here claim that there is no present contiuous in french, which simply is not true, having the "être en train de" expression. Although that's obviously too difficult for a begginer. The lessons shouldn't translate the english contiuous "i am eating" to the present simple "je mange". That's just wrong, and I see it's a problem that was dragged from google translate.