Use the present simple to talk about activities or routines which take place on a regular basis.
Bob usually throws a barbeque picnic for his neighbors in July.The production center usually closes at seven o'clock. When do you study the technical aspects of service? How many sports venues do you visit each month?
Subject + verb + objectsThe pastry chef usually bakes the short crust pastries at six o'clock.
Subject + do not + verb + objectsBusiness travelers don't fly on weekends.
Wh? + do + subject + verb ?When do you study the technical aspects of service?
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 often sell luxury properties in New York.They rarely seek out gourmet-type dining facilities. The hairnet often stops her hair from getting into the soup.