I was doing some exercises and I stumbled upon something that isn't very clear to me. I have to fill in the gaps and explain why I use Simple Present or Present Continuous.
I (to be) furious with John! He (normally - to be) a very reasonable guy but he (to have) some problems with the loss of his wife and (to take out) his anger and bitterness on the entire group.
My conclusion was next: I AM (stative verb) furious with John! He normally IS (stative verb) a very reasonable guy but he IS HAVING (temporary action going on at the time of speaking, with clear beginning and end... or is this also STATIVE?) and he IS TAKING OUT (temporary, clear beginning and end) his anger on the group.
I am struggling with the last two verb tenses.