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What is the difference between 1) "Mereka MASIH memasak nasi." and 2) "Mereka TETAP memasak nasi." -- Please kindly correct me if my understanding below is wrong. ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

I'm practicing "Masih" and "Tetap".
1) "Masih" in the above sentence means that they are still in the process of their cooking, and they haven't finished yet.
2) "Tetap" implies that they don't have to cook rice by themselves. They can buy precooked rice and use a microwave when they start eating. So, are they still cooking rice? I'm sorry they are from the ancient age...
Or do the two sentence have the same meaning?
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