این صفحه مربوط به بخشی از تدریس کلاس های گرامر و جمله سازی مهندس ابوالقاسمی می باشد که برای بهبود وضعیت جمله سازی زبان آموزان آیلتس و زبان انگلیسی در 6 جلسه(6 هفته) تنظیم شده است و مبحث های (1) 7 نوع جمله در زبان انگلیسی ، (2) ساختارهای ساده و پیچیده در جمله سازی، (3) جمله واره های موصولی ، (4) انواع کلمات ربط، (5) ساختارهای that clause، و (6) ساختارهای مجهول را در بر میگیرد.
We use that as a conjunction to link a verb, adjective or noun with the following clause.
Verb + that-clause
Verbs commonly followed by that include reporting verbs (say, tell, admit, etc.) and mental process verbs (believe, think, know, hope, etc.). Some verbs connected with reporting can be followed by a that-clause acting as the direct object:
check find (out)
They said that four million workers stayed at home to protest against the tax.
The survey indicated that 28 per cent would prefer to buy a house through a building society than through a bank.
He knew that something bad had happened.
Do you think that they forgot to pay or that they stole it?
Adjective + that-clause
We use be + adjective + that-clause to express opinions and feelings. Some adjectives commonly used in this way are sure, certain, right, important, afraid, pleased, sorry, surprised, worried. We can omit that with no change in meaning. A list of common adjectives:
afraid anxious ashamed
obvious sad true
It’s important (that) we look at the problem in more detail.
I’m sure (that) you’ll know a lot of people there.
They were afraid(that) we were going to be late.
Noun + that-clause
We use a noun + that-clause to express opinions and feelings, often about certainty and possibility. We also use that with reporting nouns. Some nouns commonly used in this way are belief, fact, hope, idea, possibility, suggestion, statement, claim, comment, argument:
He is also having intensive treatment in the hope that he will be able to train on Friday.
Dutch police are investigating the possibility that a bomb was planted on the jet.
a cause [of]
a factor / a fact
the fault [of]
a measure [of]
no reason [for]
a result [of]
a source [of]
THAT + CLAUSE…………PREDICATE + COMPLEMENT
That we need more people in math and science is clear to everyone.
That we are not prepared for the future concerns us.
That there are too few new scientists is well-known.