I wonder which of the following sentences is natural.
1.The theme park is too crowded on Sundays. We don't go there on Sundays.
2.The theme park is too crowded on Sundays. We won't go there on Sundays.
Did you wonder that before navaskdlr started this thread? ;-)
"We don't go" is the negation of the present tense "We go".
"We won't go" is the negation of the future 'tense' "We will go".
Is that the question?
Other than the future meaning of "won't", "won't" can be used to talk about refusal. e.g "The car won't start." That's my question.