"I go to school" question is "Do you go to school?" I hear that using "Do/Does" question contains habit and recurring things like avobe.

Then, people in dramas often use "Do /Does" like what do we do? Where do I pay? But, in this case It doesn't look like asking usually recurring thing.

What is true? I'm a little confused. because I learned that Do/Does in present question sentence is used to ask people's habit or general things.

  • Consider them as "What to do?" and "Where to pay?" – SovereignSun Apr 12 '17 at 6:38

Please go through this picture. I think you will understand.

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