Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Rain"

It may rain.
It looks like rain.
Will it rain today?
It'll rain for sure.
It may rain tomorrow.
It'll definitely rain.
Will it rain tomorrow?
I'm afraid it will rain.
I will go, rain or shine.
It is going to rain soon.
When did it begin to rain?
I wish the rain would stop.
It is likely to rain again.
Don't expose it to the rain.
Will it rain this afternoon?
Perhaps it will rain tomorrow.
We have a lot of rain in June.
We had a lot of rain last year.
I'm afraid it may rain tomorrow.
I don't mind walking in the rain.
I have a hunch that it will rain.
I hope it does not rain tomorrow.
In spite of the rain, I went out.
There was a light rain yesterday.
We went out in spite of the rain.
He won't come in a rain like this.
I wonder if it will rain tomorrow.
We've had a lot of rain this year.
It began to rain before I got home.
I couldn't go out because of the rain.
I don't think it'll rain this afternoon.
She told him that it would rain all day.
I don't think that it will rain tomorrow.
It doesn't bother me to walk in the rain.
I don't think it will rain this afternoon.
Tom doesn't think that it'll rain tomorrow.
We couldn't go out because of the heavy rain.
Take an umbrella with you in case it begins to rain.
I had hardly left home when it began to rain heavily.
After the rain had let up a bit, we made a dash for the car.


This page is part of English Sentences with Audio from the Tatoeba Project.
Copyright © 2012 by Charles Kelly