She is visiting her aunt tomorrow.
They are coming to our farmhouse on Sunday.
What are your parents doing tonight?
I am going to watch a movie this weekend.
Are you visiting Taj Mahal next month?
The present continuous is used to talk about arrangements (plans that have been organised) in the future.
My sister is playing chess with her friend tonight.
I’m going to the market at the weekend.
Are you having a party for your birthday?
My cousin brother is getting married next month.
I am visiting a dentist day after tomorrow.
Generally, we the present continuous when the activity has been arranged. We in general use ‘going to’ for a plan which has not been arranged.
I’m meeting Deepak after college.(I have talked to him and organised the time to meet.)
I’m going to watch TV after class. (This is my plan but I have not organised it.)
We say… We don’t say…
My grandfather is visiting us next month. (NOT My grandfather visits us next month.)
Is he helping his father day after tomorrow? (NOT Is he day after tomorrow helping his father?)
We are going to England for our next holiday. (NOT We go to England for our next holiday.)