David, Moderator posted:
Please note that the habitual reading under discussion here is different from that found in sentences like "On Saturday, John will often sleep in," which means that John has the present habit of sleeping in on Saturday.
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Is the first one about "future habit" but the second about "present habit"?
Such sentences differ subtly in meaning from sentences like "On Saturday, John often sleeps in."
What is the difference please?