It's said "Je suis assis entre Léa et Tim" above.
Firstly; Is there a present continuous form in french?
And why do we use "être" in this sentence?
Je m'assois /Je m'assieds is the present form or I am sitting in French.
Je suis assis ... is I am sat/seated between Lea and Tim ( more the result of sitting down)
Hope this helps!
No present continuous in French as far as I know. It’s a tense that only exists in English
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