She (usually )go to school > Does she go to school?"Where do I pay?" You're in a store, you've picked something up, and you don't see the cashier ... so you ask someone.
"Where will I pay?" Is a question you would ask someone about paying in the future. I don't think I've ever said or heard it.
They are not interchangeable.
While you can use the present tense of a verb to indicate a habitual action, present tense is not limited to that function. I think that's where your confusion is arising.She (usually )go to school > Does she go to school?
Like above " where do I pay " has present usage(habitual , recurring) ?
I hear that using present verb when recurring happen .
Thank you for replyingWhile you can use the present tense of a verb to indicate a habitual action, present tense is not limited to that function. I think that's where your confusion is arising.
Where do I pay? This is a one-time question, because the next time you come to the store, you will pay in the same place unless they have changed the layout of the store.
These are all questions about a habitual action:
Where do you go to school?
Where do you play tennis?
Where do you work?
Thank you so muchNo, they're one-time questions. You may pay in the same place in the same store next time, but when you ask the others, you will probably only ask them one time to fit the situation – you probably won't ask them again of the same person.
Bob: How old are you?
Bill: Why do you ask?
Ted: Could I ask you a favor?
Alice: What do you want?