Use the present simple to talk about activities or routines which take place on a regular basis.
How often do you check your credit score in a year?We don't believe that paying bills together works to our mutual benefit. The surcharge fee doesn't apply to accounts opened before noon. It's usually prudent to take this into consideration when considering which bank to select.
Subject + verb + objectsThe discussion centers around the bill on demand.
Subject + do not + verb + objectsWe don't believe that paying bills together works to our mutual benefit.
Wh? + do + subject + verb ?Do your workers know how to handle a combined statement?
Present Simple with Adverbs of Frequency
Use adverbs of frequency such as 'usually', 'often', 'sometimes', etc. with the present simple to express how often you perform a routine or activity.
They rarely count any withholding tax.Clients usually overlook short-term debt.
Occasionally they return a confirmed letter of credit