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It: introductory subject Introduction and Practice
adjective noun + to infinitive objectadjective noun + that clause object
adjective + to adjective + thatinfinitive clause• It is nice to talk to you. • It’s likely that we’ll be a• It is important to book in little late. advance. • It’s surprinsing that he• It was nice of you to has won the competition. phone. • It’s exciting when a baby• It was difficult to find a starts talking. ticket for the concert.
noun + toinfinitive noun + that clause• It’s a pity to see so much • It’s was a pity that you violence in the news. didn’t remember.• It’s a pain to have to do • It was a shame that he the ironing every Monday. was shown a red card.
object + to object + thatinfinitive clause• It upsets me to hear • It surprised me that he people arguing all the didn’t pass the driving time. test.• It shocked us to hear that • It shocked us that they they’re getting married. didn’t say sorry.
It: introductory object Introduction and Practice
find/think/make + find/think/make +to infinitive that clause• I find it difficult to talk to • I find it strange that she you. hasn’t written.• I thought it ridiculous to • I think it ridiculous that see Halloween costumes pet owners buy costumes for Pets. for their pets.• So many injuries made it • He made it clear that he impossible to win the didn’t want to come. match. “It” here is followed by an adjective! INCORRECT: *”I find ridiculous that…”
wouldlove/appreciate itif... hate/like... it when• I would love it if they • I like it when she arrives could come to the dinner. early.• I would appreciate it if • I hate it when people you told me in advance. smoke in my house.