that - типичные ошибки в английском со словом that
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1. The weather has been very good, except for two days that it rained.

2. I was shocked by the sight that I could hardly speak.

3. He closed the door quietly that nobody would hear him.

4. Children are not as easy to please nowadays that they were in the past.

5. lt worried me that the letter had not arrived, especially that it had never happened before .

6. It is two months now that I left Germany .

7. Next to me was an old lady that seemed to be sound asleep/

8. If you haven 't sent it yet, I'd be pleased if you would do that as soon as possible .

1. The weather has been very good, except for two days when it rained.

2. 1 was so shocked by the sight that I could hardly speak.

3. He closed the door quietly so that nobody would hear him.

4. Children are not as easy to please nowadays as they were In the past.

5. n worried me that the leHer had not arrived, especially since/as lt had never happened before.

6. It is two months now since I left Germany.

7. Next to me was an old lady who seemed to be sound asleep.

8. If you haven't sent it yet, I'd be pleased If you would do so as soon as possible.

1. When the meaning is 'on/in/during which' (referring to time), use when, NOT that. Compare: 'I shall always remember the two days that t spent in Paris.'

2. so + adjective/adverb + that clause: 'I'm so tired that I can't keep awake. ' 'He spoke so quickly that nobody could understand him.'

3. Use so that to express purpose, NOT that.

4. When making a comparison, use (not) as/so •.• as (NOT that): 'lt's as hard to get into university today as it was ten years ago.'

5. When giving a reason for something, use since or as, NOT that

6. Note, however, that you can sometimes use that with ago: 'lt was ten years ago that I first came to England.

7. That can only be used to introduce an identifying relative clause (one which identifies, defines, or restricts the preceding noun): 'The woman that is sitting behind us is Tom's mother.' 'The man that I marry wi ll have lots of money. ' That cannot be used to introduce a non-identifying relative clause (one which simply adds more information about the noun and which is preceded by a comma).

8. To make a precise reference to a previously mentioned action, use do so, NOT do that.