In classic Persian, present and future actions were both expressed with present tenses. This is still quite common especially in spoken Persian where future tenses aren't used at all. When they talk about a future event, they usually come with an adverb of future e.g. tomorrow, later, next week, ...
- miravam that is conjugated in present imperfect can mean «I go», «I'm going», «I'll go» depending on the context
- dâram miravam that is conjugated in present progressive and normally means «I'm going», can also mean «I'll be going».
- beravam that is conjugated in present subjunctive, has also the function of future subjunctive.
List of present tenses in indicative mood: