Translation:Otso is sitting in a cozy café and eating pulla.
It is a bit confusing to me as non-native English speaker when to use "is sitting" and when to use "sits". In my own language we normally don't make that distinction. When do you do this in English?
It is often a matter of tense and time. Sitting is more emphatically happening right now than sits. A thing happens. It did not happen in the past or future, it just happens in the present. (Its something that takes place) But if you say a thing "is happening", you are watching it unfold before you... theres a more technical distinction maybe but thats what occurs to me.