“That” in a Sentence (with Audio)
Examples of how to use the word “that” in a sentence. How to connect “that” with other words to make correct English sentences.
that (pron, conj, det): used as the subject or object of a verb to show which person or thing you are referring to, or to add information about a person or thing just mentioned. It is used for both people and things. It can often be left out; used to introduce a clause that reports something or gives further information, although it can often be left out; used to refer to a person, object, idea, etc. that is separated from the speaker by space or time
Use “that” in a sentence
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I suppose that‘s impossible.
I’m pretty sure that he’ll agree.
That‘s surely a misunderstanding.
It’s not surprising that they lost.
There’s nothing suspicious about that.
Don’t touch that switch.
He doesn’t have the necessary skills for that task.
It seems that she has a tendency to exaggerate things.
That guy has a tendency to ramble.
I’m so happy that I passed the test.
That‘s exactly what I thought.
What’s that sound?
I’m glad that you can come.
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