He will come tomorrow.
He is coming tomorrow.
He comes tomorrow.
He will be coming tomorrow.

Which one is correct ?


All four are fully grammatical and natural (I don't do social judgments like "correct"). Why do you think only one might be?

There are very slight difference of nuance between then, but only very slight. He's coming tomorrow is the most common in speech, I would say, but all the rest are possible in particular contexts.

He comes tomorrow is talking about somebody's plan or intention. I can't articulate any other differences.

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