Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tomorrow"

The meaning of "Tomorrow" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does What will you do tomorrow? mean?
A: Sí - ¿Qué vas a hacer mañana?

O ¿Qué harás mañana?
Q: What does what do you think it will do tomorrow? mean?
A: It depends on the context. But I use it for weather. And it means "How will the weather be" like will it rain or snow or something.
Q: What does live as if you were to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever mean?
A: "live as if you were to die tomorrow" means to always enjoy life to the fullest, because you never know when your las day will be.

"Learn as if you were to live forever" means to learn as much as you can. If you were to live forever, you would want to learn as much as you can, so it's saying that
Q: What does as of tomorrow mean?
A: @st_kamo: 'As of tomorrow' means 'by tomorrow.' In your example, it means starting from tomorrow's date two months ago the even blowout occurred. Another example is if your boss states an application must be completed and on her desk as of tomorrow, the application must be completed and brought to her desk by tomorrow.
Q: What does I'll be out tomorrow from 3pm onwards mean?
A: 我明天从下午三点会外出

Example sentences using "Tomorrow"

Q: Please show me example sentences with If it will rain tomorrow, I can't be bothered to go out..
A: Maybe something like this:
"If it rains tomorrow, I won't bother going out."
or "I can't be bothered to go out tomorrow if it is raining."
The meaning of these two sentences are a bit different
Q: Please show me example sentences with is it correct “and tomorrow, who knows..”?.
A: it could be sunny today and tomorrow, who knows?

Q: Please show me example sentences with tomorrow.
A: -I’ll see you tomorrow.
-What are you doing tomorrow?
-Tomorrow is my birthday!
-The assignment is due tomorrow.
-We are leaving tomorrow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tomorrow .
A: i am studying tomorrow.
i have an exam tomorrow.
I am meeting my friends for lunch tomorrow.
I will do it tomorrow.

tomorrow means the next day, so any sentence that requires a time indicator could use tomorrow in it, as long as the activity in the sentence is happening on the next day.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I would like to inform you that tomorrow 2:45pm hotel car will bring you to the airport.
A: I would like to inform you that tomorrow at 2:45pm, a hotel car will be bringing you to the airport.

Or to simplify it, just as if you were talking to a friend, you could say:
"Hey, tomorrow at 2:45pm, there will be a car from the hotel to take you to the airport."
"Hey, there will be a car from the hotel that will be taking you to the airport tomorrow at 2:45pm."

Synonyms of "Tomorrow" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between It will be raining tomorrow. and It's going to be raining tomorrow. ?
A: @killjoy: It will be raining tomorrow is correct grammaticaly, and 'its going to rain tomorrow ' is more of a casual saying of the above sentence ( "it's going to be rain tomorrow" is wrong in grammar ) .
Q: What is the difference between Tomorrow, I'm going to learn and I'm going to learn tomorrow ?
A: There really is no difference between the two, its just that the first statement emphasizes "tomorrow" a bit more.
Q: What is the difference between I wonder, is it possible to  meet you tomorrow? and I wonder if it is possible to meet you tomorrow? ?
A: @Jadechn: There isn't really a difference in meaning it's more of the grammar.
Q: What is the difference between We leave tomorrow and We will leave tomorrow ?
A: They are both fine.

Q: When do you leave:
A: We leave tomorrow.

Q: When will you leave?
A: We will leave tomorrow.
Q: What is the difference between until tomorrow and by tomorrow ?
A: by tomorrow is kind of like a deadline.
"Return your library book by tomorrow."
"I should arrive at your house by tomorrow" (when traveling)

until tomorrow is when you are waiting for something.
"I can't wait until tomorrow."

Translations of "Tomorrow"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i should be done altering it by tomorrow.
A: That depends. Altering is like the word 'fixing' but for clothing. 'fixing' is for cars or electronics. So you can say "I should be done altering your shirt tomorrow" or "I should be done fixing your computer tomorrow." Does that make sense?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can we meet tomorrow
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If tomorrow is Sunday, I wonder which is natural below: "I'll have a day off tomorrow." "I'll get a day off tomorrow." "I'll take a day off tomorrow." "It'll be my day off tomorrow."
A: All of these are correct, but usually I’d replace the “a” with a “The”. The last one, at least to me, sounds the most natural.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I don't know about tomorrow, maybe in FRIDAY?
A: "on Friday" rather than "in Friday".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Which subject are we having tomorrow at school
A: I would say, "Which subjects are we covering tomorrow at school?"

Other questions about "Tomorrow"

Q: I don’t think I’ll manage tomorrow Does this sound natural?
A: It would be advisable if you concetized what you exactly can't be doing tomorrow
Q: Where do you want to go tomorrow?What do you want to do then? Does this sound natural?
A: Separate, they are fine. Together, they sound strange because "then" implies "after tomorrow" in this context, which is odd.

I think you are really trying to ask:
Where do you want to go tomorrow? What do you want to do there?

A: Where do you want to go?
B: To the park.
A: What do you want to do there?
B: Play on the swings.

Q: I don't think it will rain tomorrow. I'll go out even if it does.
明日は雨が降るまいと思うが、万一降っても出かけます。 Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds natural!
You can even make it one sentence:
I don’t think it will rain tomorrow, but I’ll go out even if it does.
Q: I will be off tomorrow due to personal reason

Should I say 'the personal reason' ? Does this sound natural?
A: Don't need the in front of personal reasons. Your original sentence is correct.
Q: I'll work more (from tomorrow on)
I'll work more (from tomorrow)
I'll work more (starting tomorrow)
I'll work more (starting from tomorrow)

are they all natural?
A: The second is wrong, I am not sure if the last one is completely wrong but it doesn't sound that natural to me.

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