Why don't you need a 'rahi' to indicate a present progressive verb 'is sitting'?
I read somewhere else that in Hindi 'sitting' and 'standing' do not need rahi/reha/rehe to indicate a present progressive verb, they are always assumed to be that already
Abhi bhi baita hi hai
is that more accurate to say " That man sits on the chair"?
That would be 'bait rahi hai' I believe. It is special case for sitting and standing.
How can I type कुर्सी? I can't figure out a key combination that gives me that symbol.
क ु र ् स ी
कु र सी all together :)
वह आदमी कूरसी पर (बेट राह) है... Sound good?
If you mean बैठ रहा then no, बैठा sounds more natural. Looks a little weird compared to the normal way of conjugating verbs, but it's correct.