'will be to' or 'visit'

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subhajit123

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Do the following sentences mean the same?

1- I will be to New Delhi tomorrow.

2- I will visit New Delhi tomorrow.

And could you please tell me a synonym of 'visit'?:)
 
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The first one is not good.

I am going to visit New Delhi tomorrow.
I am going to New Delhi tomorrow.
Tomorrow, I will do some sightseeing in New Delhi.
Tomorrow, I will stop in to see some people in our New Delhi office.
 

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Your first sentence is missing the main verb, and your second sentence is numbered incorrectly. Please make the necessary adjustments and post your sentences below.

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