There should be 会, but it's not an option to choose .... The chinese does not match the English here.
会 is not necessary, because the word 明天(tomorrow) is telling you the time at which you will go to the restaurant.
Is 会 at least permissible though?
Hey guys, I have a question about the word order in this sentence: Can I write "我们明天去反观" or is the order "明天我们去反观"? Does the order matter at all?
明天 before 我 is also correct
It is, both orders are fine
Is it normal to say "tomorrow we'll go eat lamb in the restaurant" instead of "tomorrow we'll have lamb at the restaurant"? (明天我们在饭馆会吃羊肉)
Why is there no "zai" for "in"?
The coverb here is 去, not 在. It is where one goes.