WAYS OF EXPRESSING FUTURE IN ENGLISH
1.- WITH SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE
For timetables, programs or planned actions:
The plane lands at 7.30.
2.- WITH PRESENT CONTINIOUS TENSE
* When we talk about what we have already arranged to do (planned intention)
Tomorrow I'm going to the disco.
* For immediate future (an action that is about to happen) :
The glass is going to break.
NOTE: you can use be going to in the same way (no with movement verbs),
but we prefer to use present continuous for personal plans.
3.- WITH FUTURE TENSE
shall / will + INFINITIVE of the verb (without "to")
* for predictions:
Tomorrow itll snow.
* when you decide something in the very moment.
I'll have a salad to start with.
* For timetables. The plane will land at 7.30.