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Do you drive to Glasgow, as usual?

Will you be driving to Glasgow, as usual?

Do they convey about the same meaning?

Thanks
LiJ
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Not really.

The second sentence indicates a time in the future, perhaps very soon.

The first sentence is a bit odd, because the use of the simple present tense already implies "as usual". This could be used, of course, in casual conversation.
English is notorious for interchanging tenses, especially in casual speech.
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PhilipThe second sentence indicates a time in the future, perhaps very soon.

The first sentence is a bit odd, because the use of the simple present tense already implies "as usual".
Got it!

Thanks, Philip.