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)?

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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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