Ska det vara fyrverkerier? (or finnas or bli)
Late answer, but I think what Helen wrote on the opposite page is a pretty good explanation: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/13263211
How do you decide that "blir det" is the appropriate form instead of "är det" or "finns det"? Also, the Swedish verb is in the present and the English translation in the future. I am mystified.
Well, bli means "become", so it makes sense that it's about the future in that way. If you use är or finns, you're strictly asking about the present.
Thank you so much. I have appreciated your help throughout this course.
can i use here "ska finns det" instead " blir det" ?
No, that would not work.
Why is 'are there going to be fireworks' not considered correct? I can't wrap my head around the distinction. Thanks in advance.
That should absolutely also be accepted.