Are they both OK, It's 'RAINY' OR 'RAINING' these days. You'd better take an umbrella? Thank you!!
Apr 28, 2016 2:00 AM
Answers · 4
I think both are fine, however, I would not use 'these days'. Instead I would say: It's quite rainy at the moment. - 'at the moment' in this case, does not mean the exact moment, but how you used 'these days'. It's been raining a lot lately. - same meaning as above, just a different way of saying it. It's been raining quite a bit lately. - same as above Good luck, Tim
April 28, 2016
Both are correct! I would probably add "a lot" to the "it's raining (a lot) these days" though, but it still makes sense.
April 28, 2016
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