I would like to ask how often is El Presente used to indicate future action in comparison to other future tenses?
El Presente is very often used to talk about a future event as long as there is a time marker indicating future, e.g mañana, después...
I would say that for events that are far away in the future El Futuro is preferred:
This wouldn't sound quite right in the present tense.
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