Are these sentences correct and natural-sounding to native speakers?
A: Her perfume lingers in my room. I can still smell it.
B: Her perfume is lingering in my room. I can still smell it.
C: I’m accepting your apology.
D: I accept your apology.
E: I’m apologizing for what I did. I honestly didn’t mean it.
F: I’m hoping for your kind consideration.
G: I’m hoping you understand me.
H: I’m warning you
Actually, I’ve read a grammar book explaining that verbs that perform the action they describe (Ex. accept, acknowledge, advise, warn, apologize, suggest, hope ) often use the simple present. But I guess I heard some speakers use "warn, apologize, accept and hope) in the present continuous form.
Please clear my confusion
Thanks a lot