Yes, in Russian progressive and present tenses aren't distinguished.
If you mean that you're dating a girl, you'd probably want to use a different verb (such as vstrechat'(sya)).
I was under the impression that there's no needed distinction, although you could make a distinction in some languages, in any language but English?
This is my first chance to comment this, but is ты хочу ложка correct grammar?
Ты хочешь ложку? is correct.
Ты — OK.
Хочу — not OK, it's a form for "я"
Ложка — not OK, the verb хотеть takes accusative here.
In audio, why does the "ky" (k-oo) always sound like "ko" (co) when "y" is the last syllable ? Can any expert confirm?
Why I am seeing a girl is marked as wrong ?if it is wrong ,how do I say I am seeing a girl?