What is a difference between sentences in each of following pairs?
I makefruit salad.
I'm makingfruit salad.
makes fruit salad.
is makingfruit salad.
As with most people asking questions at this Q&A site, English is not my native language. I do not went through any of the course of the language, so my theoretical knowledge about it is negligible. For years, on the Internet I find most valuable content in English, so because of the frequent checking of unfamiliar words in the dictionary, this language automatically came into my head. For this reason, I would like to know whether the answer given is also applicable to the other two examples, which I added only after the appearance of answer. I often find the term "becomes" in a similar context that "is becoming" so I concluded that both means either the same or something similar. Likewise is in the case of terms "makes" / "is making" and "I make" / "I'm making". Are all of given examples follow the same rule?
P.S. Which of the following questions is correct?
Are all of given examples ruled the same principles?
Are all of given examples follow the same rule?
Are all of given examples are subject to the same rule?
If neither, then how this question should be composed?