I assumed my question would've been understood for its intended generality. My mistake. I do not mean in this exact case but rather, if it had been intended as a question. Is it just a simple matter of inflection? If so, that would follow the nature of every other language I am familiar with. Still, I found it safer not to assume.
Can a native speaker tell me if it is more usual for present tense verbs to be used ongoing vs repeated/habitual actions? IE in this case, the sentence could be interpreted as either "she is drinking milk [right now]" or "she drinks milk" in the sense of not avoiding milk. Or does the meaning depend a lot on context?