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Two friends need to be somewhere in three days. One of the friends doesn't think they can make it there in time if they go there by car, while the other friend do think they can make it.

THE OTHER FRIEND: Sure we can. We'll just go / head out early tomorrow.


1) Are 'go' and 'head out' both natural here?

2) Is "We'll just..." correct or could I just say "We just..."?

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anonymous1) Are 'go' and 'head out' both natural here?

"Go" is not the most natural word there in my East Coast US dialect, but it works. "Head out" is fine, but it sounds a bit jocular, like you're going on a cattle drive. I would expect "leave". A colorful "hit the road" is sometimes heard.

anonymous2) Is "We'll just..." correct or could I just say "We just..."?

They both work. "We just" sounds like you're explaining the plan. "We'll just" is more like stating the obvious.