"El va merge la ocean mâine."
Translation:He will go to the ocean tomorrow.
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Isn't it "He is going to the ocean tomorrow."? Because is a prior plan.
Yes, it is correct. It is a "popular" form, so it mostly used in oral speech, not in writing. As a Romanian native speaker, I use it for all events that are going to occur in near future (similar to "going-to" future).
There is also a 2nd "popular" form, although it is rarely used. The structure is "to have" and the subjonctive of the verb. Both verbs must agree with the subject. For the verb "a pleca" (to leave), we have:
- Eu am să plec
- Tu ai să pleci
- El/Ea are să plece
- Noi avem să plecăm
- Voi aveți să plecați
- Ei/Ele au să plece