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Immer noch Liebe
Very late reply but as the the others have said, 'sie isst noch' is just a straightforward statement of fact, whereas 'sie isst immer noch' is more like 'OMG, she's STILL eating! So, that duration stressing is probably right. It was a multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank exercise. Is this sentence correct in German? I thought it meant, "She is not always eating! Sie isst immer nicht is rather colloquial German for "She never eats" -- literally, "She always doesn't eat". They are indeed homonymes. But in most sentences only one of them makes sense, be it semantically or grammatically. For example "Sie isst einen Apfel" "She eats an apple" cannot be "Sie ist einen Apfel" because after "isst" you'd expect an accusative and after "ist" a nominative. So the respective fummy sentence "She is an apple" would be "Sie ist ein Apfel".
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