I am using in the english version Present Continuous (because it reflects more the hungarian feel of the meaning), but it DOES NOT mean it has to be understood as an action in an actual moment only. It can express both, an action for longer/general term - Present Simple, and Present Continuous as well, but applies ONLY in the subjective meaning (a/an).
The tablet which might help is here: (only first two groups relevant)
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