I want to say that tomorrow there will be a workshop. is this sentence grammatically correct:

tomorrow is going to be a workshop

Sounds to me that tomorrow is that workshop itself...

is there another form for this? thanks.

  • You could say “There will be a workshop tomorrow/I think I’ll organize a workshop tomorrow” as an immediate decision – Andrew Tobilko Mar 3 at 11:53

You're on the right track. I would go with

Tomorrow there's (there is) going to be a workshop

Because, like you said, your phrasing implies that the notion of tomorrow is itself a workshop.

As a practical note, "there's" can be pronounced rather silently and sound a lot like "is", so if you've been listening to spoken english, that could explain your confusion.

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