Can we use simple present tense to communicate our future plans? Actually recently I read some strange sentences like,
a) The plane arrives at 18.00 tomorrow.
b) She has a yoga class tomorrow morning.
c) Next Thursday at 14.00 there is an English exam.
So with reference to my above examples. Can I use simple present tense to tell my next day plans? Or Shall I use will in sentence? Or both will be ok?
Que: What are your plans tomorrow?
Ans a): Tomorrow early morning first I go to Morning walk and then I have a meeting at 10.00 with XYZ.
Or Simply I use will in my sentence.
Ans b): Tomorrow early morning first I will go to Morning walk and then I have a meeting at 10.00 with XYZ.