"Én sétálok, te futsz, ő ül."
Translation:I walk, you run, he sits.
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Correct translations for this sentence are both "I walk, you run, he sits." and "I am walking, you are running, he is sitting."
Is there any way in the Hungarian language how to differentiate between present and present continuous (resp. are there theirs equivalents)? Or there is just present tense, which can be used as an present continuous if needed?