all. In this context, is "go" the standard verb to use? And should I add something to it (to it)?

And now the funeral's tomorrow... Are you going to go (to it)?


In informal conversation "Are you going?" would be perfectly natural. We can use the present tense for future arrangements. Using Simple present tense for future event / Plan / Schedule

In a formal context, you could say "Will you be attending [the funeral]?"

  • Are you going? [to it]
  • Are you going to go? [to it]

Either is acceptable to show a future intention.

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