I asked the question: Habitual sentences, use of te-form vs imasu form
I ride trains everyday. Which is correct?:
I think it's the first one. If so, does the second one mean "I WILL ride trains everyday" (expressing intent, and implying that they currently don't ride trains everyday)? The deck I'm using put the first answer, but it contradicted itself by translating "I study on weekends" as 平日は勉強をします (it didn't use the te-form here).
and was linked to Habitual aspect
which was really helpful.
However, I read all the comments and was still unsure on one thing.
Could the second one mean "I will (IN THE FUTURE) ride the train everyday"? And is there an adverb to make it more obvious to mean that? Or is it just by context?