"I am not smoking next year."
Translation:Jövőre én nem cigarettázom.
September 30, 2016
Alex, it sounds a bit informal to me in this instance. I'd rather say "I won't smoke next year" or "I'm not going to smoke next year." But in most cases it's quite common to use the Progressive Present for future plans:
- I'm visiting my parents next week.
- I'm going back to school soon.