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    Which sentence is preferable?

    I'd like to know how native speakers say these two sentences.

    It'll be rainy in Moscow tomorrow.
    There will be rain in Moscow tomorrow.

    It seems to me they are both correct....
    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Which sentence is preferable?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    I'd like to know how native speakers say these two sentences.

    It'll be rainy in Moscow tomorrow.
    There will be rain in Moscow tomorrow.

    It seems to me they are both correct....
    Thanks in advance!
    Yes, they are both fine.

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