Just for some added help on top of the two questions you've asked; your title is grammatically incorrect too.
Either of these two statements is a better way to phrase it:
Teacher said this is wrong?
Teacher told me this is wrong?
The word tell and all its variants need a subject "tell him", "told me" "telling you" etc
Teacher told this is wrong? What is the mistake? Watch
- 07-02-2010 15:16
(Original post by Claphamski)
- 07-02-2010 15:39
I'd say that you need a that in it, i.e. It's not sure that it'll rain today.
i dont see a problem with the It so long as the context of the weather is made clear.
- 07-02-2010 15:47
It can be made to make sense in the right context, but not the one you were trying it with.