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    Please help me.

    I need some help from language experts.

    Is it OK to say "It seems rainy tomorrow?"
    I don't see any grammatical errors here,
    but it doesn't sound quite natural.
    Please help me.

    I've heard an expression like "It seems likely to rain." before.

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    Re: Please help me.

    Quote Originally Posted by tzfujimino View Post
    I need some help from language experts.

    Is it OK to say "It seems rainy tomorrow?"
    I don't see any grammatical errors here,
    but it doesn't sound quite natural.
    Please help me.

    I've heard an expression like "It seems likely to rain." before.

    How about: "It is going to be rainy tomorrow" or "It'll be rainy tomorrow."
    And as to "It seems likely to rain." I think "It is likely to rain." will be better.

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    Re: Please help me.

    We sure talk about the weather a lot!
    It's a good idea for a student of English to learn weather expressions.
    Here are a few:

    If you're expecting rain within an hour or two:
    It looks like rain.
    Looks like it's going to rain.

    Tomorrow?
    The weatherman says it's going to rain tomorrow.
    The forecast is for rain tomorrow.
    It's probably going to rain tomorrow.
    It's probably going to be rainy tomorrow.
    I bet it'll rain tomorrow.

    regards
    edward


    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Smith View Post
    How about: "It is going to be rainy tomorrow" or "It'll be rainy tomorrow."
    And as to "It seems likely to rain." I think "It is likely to rain." will be better.

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