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    What's correct?

    What's correct to say...

    Tomorrow will be sunny?

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    Tomorrow it will be sunny?


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    #2

    Re: What's correct?

    Both are OK.

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    Re: What's correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by gabber View Post
    Both are OK.
    I don't agree. You need "it" for it to be truly correct, though the other may be heard in telegraphic speech.

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    Re: What's correct?

    Maybe it's regional, because without the "it" sounds fine to me too.

    Today it rained all day but I hear tomorrow will be sunny.

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    How about "Tomorrow will rain and Thursday will snow?"

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    Re: What's correct?

    Tomorrow will be rainy. Tomorrow will be snowy. Tomorrow will be sunny.
    True, the second one sounds a bit strange, but the others seem ok to me.

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    Re: What's correct?

    why don't you say " it will be sunny tomorrow''? it s better !!

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    Re: What's correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by julianna View Post
    why don't you say " it will be sunny tomorrow''? it s better !!
    Yes, that's the one I think is most correct. The others, while idiomatic, I feel are telegraphic, with omitted subjects.

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