1) It was a cold snowy day and he had no money left for food.
2) Hurry up or you’ll be late.
3) It rained heavily last night but I went to the show anyway.
4) I enjoy classical music, so does she.
5) He must be ill, for he is absent today.
6) Some people waste food while others haven’t enough.
7) She is fat whereas her husband is thin.
8) She cannot read, neither can she write.
1) It is quite obvious that they need more help in English.
2) It is good news that she is still alive.
3) It doesn’t seem likely that she will come here.
4) What the children like the best in the zoo are the pandas.
5) What we are badly in need of is raw material.
1) It’s a pity that he did not come earlier.
2) It is a well-known fact that smoking can cause lung cancer.
3) It is true that I encouraged him, but I didn’t actually help him.
4) It didn’t seem likely that they would ever keep their promise.
5) It was hard to understand why Prof. Hardy had singled out Mary for criticism.
1) Can you tell me what kind of show they are putting on?
2) I’m wondering if the letter is overweight.
3) I am thinking how we can improve our study habits.
4) We are still uncertain whether Henry is the right person for the job.
5) Peter has always been in good health except that he has a slight headache sometimes.
6) He suddenly remembered that he had forgotten to take his notebook with him.
1) I always took it for granted that I was far more intelligent than he was.
2) We all thought it a pity that you were unable to attend our meeting.
3) We consider it important that you should mind your manners.
4) He didn't want it known that he was too ill to go on working.
5) I regard it important that every one of you should finish your homework on time.
6) He took it for granted that his father would come to his help if he got into trouble.
7) We thought it highly probable that he might change his mind at the last minute.
8) I think it likely that the train will be delayed by the dense fog.
9) The doctor thinks it advisable that you should stop smoking.
1) Could you show me what you have written?
2) This is what we should always keep in mind.
3) What they saw in China made a deep impression on them.
4) We must not put off till tomorrow what we can do today.
1) Nothing could hide the fact that he is growing old.
2) The fact that he works hard does not necessarily mean that he is a competent leader.
3) I have a complacent feeling that I’m highly intelligent.
4) The explanation that he didn’t see the notice is unsatisfactory./ The explanation is unsatisfactory that he didn’t see the notice.
5) Most of us don’t agree with his view that there is no advantage in introducing the new method.
6) The news soon spread throughout the country that he won the first gold medal at the 23rd Olympic Games.
7) His suggestion that intelligence is a relative matter is not universally accepted./His suggestion is not universally accepted that intelligence is a relative matter.
8) He seconded my motion that the vote be postponed.
9) The fear that he might not be able to finish the work disturbed him greatly./ The fear disturbed him greatly that he might not be able to finish the work.
10) We expressed a hope that Mr. and Mrs. Morrison would come and visit China again.
11) I’ve come from Mr. Lin with a message that he won’t be able to see you this afternoon.
12) There can be no doubt that Suzy is the right person for the job.