Which form is correct? "I will visit you regularly." or "I will be visiting you regularly."
I'm visiting you this/next week, aren't I?
I'm sure I'll be visiting you in the future, right?
Can you see how the present progressive can become the future progressive? The focus is on the action of visiting.
I visit you every time you ask me to. [present simple, habitual action, statement]
I will visit you every time you ask me to. [intention of habitual action in the future]
The focus is on the fact of visiting, not the action involved in it.
[The word regularly can be used without changing the demonstration.]
By trying to feel the difference between the progressive tense, the simple present tense and the future progressive and will+ verb is the way to see how these differ from one another.
I'm playing soccer with my son this afternoon.
I'll be playing soccer with my son every Sunday.
I play soccer with my son quite a bit.
I will play soccer with him whenever we both have time play.