A TRICKY ASPECT
You may have spotted so far that the examples have all been the one-directional versions of 'go' and that they are all past or future. Well, here's where it may get confusing. When they have a prefix attached, the one- and two- directional versions of 'go' convey aspect rather than 'directionality'. This probably makes more sense with an example:
Я перехожу мост - I am crossing the bridge/I cross the bridge
Я перейду мост - I will cross the bridge.
I read this and other answers already, but I am quite uncertain.
How would one differentiate then between e. g.
- Tomorrow I will go to Dima and I will cross this bridge. and
- Next month I start to go to school and en route I will cross this bridge.?
By context and signal words?
Does it mean somehow there is no directionality for prefixed words in present and future?