We all know that:
Present Simple - for facts and routine
Past Simple - Facts and things in the past
Present Progressive - For something that is happening now
But sometimes, it bugs me, because some sentences seems to have the same meaning if I either use simple present or present continuous.
"he's drinking his coffee" - he's still having it, but, If I say:
He drinks his coffee - it would be kinda strange, because he is not drinking a coffee anymore. So, would it be better if I use a past tense?
Like: He drank his coffee? Because he's not like drinking it anymore (it seems a complete action)
Can you guys explain me the differences among them? And how a narrative in the present Simple is possible?
Probably my interpretation is incorrect. And I do want to get rid of the problems I have with the present tenses... It's so confusing Can you guys help me?