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Hi,

Before posting this question I searched in the forum previous discussions. Only found one but my doubt is still active.

Are the following correct??????

1. Today it is sunny. I know this one is right.

2. What if I say: Today is sunny. I heard Zucchero´s song saying "Tomorrow will be blue"...

3. What if I add "day". Today is a sunny day? Today it is a sunny day?

Are they all correct??

I guess in number 2 we think of "Today" as the subject, not as an adverb of time.

Thank you in advance.

Soprano
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1. Today it is sunny. Correct.
2. Today is sunny. Correct. "Tomorrow will be blue." Correct.

3. Today is a sunny day. Correct. Today it is a sunny day. Correct, but more words than needed!

Are they all correct?? Yes.

I guess in number 2 we think of "Today" as the subject Yes, you guess right.

not as an adverb of time. Correct.

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CJ
UAUUU !!! Thank you for your quick and "to the point" response!!

You´ve helped me a lot!!!!

THANK YOU
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CJ
You are right! I wrote it without paying attention, the same way I write it in my origin language: Spanish.

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