Cats like milk.
Birds do not like milk.
Do pigs like milk?
ABC city is in the country XNZ.
Speakers sometimes use the Simple Present to express the idea that an action is happening or is not happening now. This can only be done with Non-Continuous Verbs and certain Mixed Verbs.
I am here now.
She is not here now.
Now should we categorize "to be" in "she is fat" as a Non-Continuous Verb expressing a temporary process that is happening?
or should we categorize "she is fat" as a permanent process that happens forever?
I think the boundary between "Simple present" & "present continuous" is not too clear because nothing is forever. Eg: now "ABC city is in the country XNZ." is true but what if a few years later "ABC city" is conquered and belong to other country "ABC city is in the country TPK."