would be, probably is; isn’t it? 

Plain form of でしょう.
This is used within a sentence, or at the end of the sentence if the speakers are talking in plain form.

※Note: でしょう (deshou) and だろう (darou) are commonly used when we talk about the weather (forecast) in Japanese:

How to make/作り方

Verb: Casual + だろう
い adjective + だろう
な adjective + だろう
Noun + だろう

example sentences/例文 (audio/音声付き)


It would be cool and shady under those trees.
ano Ki no shita wa kage de, suzushii darou


In a few years our town will change a lot.
Suunengo ni wa watashitachi no machi mo ooi ni kawaru darou.


It will probably be sunny tomorrow.

Ashita wa hareru darou.


It will probably be rain because there are many cloud in the sky.
Ashita wa tabun ame ga furu darou. Sora ni kumo ga takusan aru kara.

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