Is this correct, 'There will be a lot of cloud(s)‘? I want to say it will be cloudy. Is it common to say 'There will be a lot of cloud(s)'? Thank you!
May 3, 2016 8:50 AM
Answers · 4
No, not really. People just say: it will be cloudy, which was your original sentence. If you really want to emphasise that there will be a lot of individual clouds, I suppose you can say: there will be lots of clouds. The only situation I can imagine someone would say that is if two people wish to go cloud watching, and person A says: there won't be any clouds to see, and person B disagrees, and says: there will be lots of clouds. Otherwise, in the general sense of weather: it will be cloudy.
May 3, 2016
Konnichiwa We pretty much just say (it is cloudy) or it will be cloudy would work pending on if there will be a storm moving in.
May 3, 2016
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