Question one: Are the following sentences correct? And why? Statement A: After storms is not necessarily a bright sky. (I think it will be correct only by inserting there between storms and is)
It seems correct to say: Statement B: After storm comes a bright sky. ( to sound more idiomatic, I believe the subject and object should be reversed into: a bright sky comes after storm)
If only statement B is the correct one, this makes a huge difference between copular verb is and come.
If my assumption is not all nonsense, what's the reason beneath this difference? And what the grammar point I should seek references from? Thanks.
Question 2: Which one is correct?
- Not always rainbow will follow the rain.
- Not always will rainbow follow the rain.
- It is not always that rainbow will follow the rain.
- Not always there is rainbow following the rain.
- Not always is there rainbow following the rain.
I'd say among the 5 sentences above, sentences 2, 3, and 5 are rather correct. And if indeed the rest two are wrongly constructed sentences, why? Thanks.