"I am eating bread and meat."
Translation:Jím chléb a maso.
Yep. Czech has only one present tense.
Please do note that it does not mean that Present Simple/Present Continuous/Present Perfect are always equally valid translations. The verbs in Czech can be modified (eg. imperfective x perfective verb pairs, different verbs of motion) and sometimes there's only one corresponding English verb tense that is correct.