Hi, is there anyone who can help me? I'm confused about the use of the future in english: if I want to say for example: next Wednesday a friend of mine (to come) at my home, how can I translate? Next Wednesday a friend....is coming at my home or will come at my home? I studied that when an action is planned in an exact future, they use present continuous. But I'm not sure....
You're right, Elisabetta. The most usual way of talking about a planned arrangement is with the present continuous. So it's correct to say 'Next Wednesday a friend is coming to my house' , 'Next Wednesday a friend is coming to visit me.'
You could also use the 'going to' future.
The 'will' form sounds very unnatural here.
My friend is visiting me next weekend/week/month/summer.
My friend is going to visit me next wednesday.