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Some "non-continuous" verbs such as to be, to have, to own, to see, to hear, to need, to want... can not be used with continuous tenses (source)
He is needing help now. Not Correct
He needs help now. Correct
He is wanting a drink now. Not Correct
He wants a drink now. Correct
We use the Simple Present to express the idea that an action (that is expressed by non-continuous verbs) is happening or is not happening now. (source)
I am here now.
She is not here now.
He needs help right now.
to hurt(v) [intransitive] to feel painful My feet hurt.
I seldom hear people say "My feet is hurting."
And if "hurt" is a normal verb (can be used with continuous tense) people should say "My feet is hurting." to express a temporary action. But if "hurt" is a normal verb & if they say "My feet hurt.", then it sounds like "My feet hurt regularly.".
is the verb "hurt (v): [intransitive] to feel painful" a non-continuous verb?
I would say "to hurt(v) [intransitive] to feel painful" is a non-continuous verb but I am not sure