"I am arriving tomorrow."
My intuition, which may be of course wrong, feels that "arrive" implies some vehicle, and not just walking on foot. A native's opinion would be useful here.
I am actually a native. Przychodzę technically still can mean arrive even in this context, but I suppose that you have a point in that most people would use a vehicle if they are arriving somewhere the next day.
So, technically, przychodzę is correct, but it would be the oddest of the three (przychodzę, przylatuję, przyjeżdżam) to use in this context. Cheers.
I am hopelessly confused. What is the infinitive of przyjeżdżam? Is it przyjeżdzić? But I would think that would be conjugated przyjeżdżę. I must be missing something here.
It is „przyjeżdżać”.
Its perfective version would be „przyjechać” and in first person singular it would be conjugated to… „przyjadę”. I know, kinda weird.