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    #1

    There will be / It will be

    I learned it on the book recently.

    It will be foggy tomorrow.
    It will be chilly tomorrow.

    There will be thunderstorms tomorrow.
    There will be strong winds tomorrow.

    I want to know, when I should use It will be, when I should use There will be?

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    #2

    Re: There will be / It will be

    Welcome to the forum, Karen.

    'It will be' is followed by an adjective; 'There will be' is followed by a noun.

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    Re: There will be / It will be

    It will be foggy tomorrow.
    There will be fog tomorrow.

    It will be rainy tomorrow.
    There will be rain tomorrow.

    It will be stormy tomorrow.
    There will be storms tomorrow.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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