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1) Is the following all correct?

Present simple tense (indicative)= expresses habituality in present if it is a dynamic/continuous verb:

I kill people with my sword.
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Present simple tense (indicative)= expresses something happening right now, if it is a stative/non-continuous verb:

I am happy.
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Past subjunctive= expresses habituality in present if it is a dynamic/continuous verb

I wish I used my sword more often.

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Past subjunctive= expressing something happening right now, if it is a stative/non-continuous verb:

I wish I were happy.
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I can't figure out what you mean by these expressions:

a dynamic/continuous verb
a stative/non-continuous verb

Why have you added continuous and non-continuous, which are normally used to indicate the presence of an -ing form (continuous) or not (non-continuous)?

CJ
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They're not all correct in any case:

I fly to Detroit tomorrow. (Dynamic verb, present tense, not an indicator of habit, but an indicator of a future plan.)
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Here's another problem.

Past subjunctive= expressing something happening right now, if it is a stative/non-continuous verb:

I wish I were happy.

The being happy is notsomething happening right now. That's why I'm wishing for it. It is anomalous to wish for something that is already happening right now. What sense would it make for me to say, "I wish I were sitting at my computer composing an answer to a post on the English Forum"? Emotion: smile

CJ
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Before I read the rest of your post, I'll just present the following link and quote:

http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/stative-verbs.html

"Some English verbs, which we call state, non-continuous or stative verbs..."