Adjectives + That Clauses (1)
Woman: Oh no! Did you get the
latest company email?
Man: No, I didn’t. What does it say?
Woman: The boss wrote the following: due to the recent health crisis, I am afraid that the company holiday party is canceled.
Man: I am not surprised that he did that. The writing was on the wall.
Woman: Do you think they will close the offices?
Man: It is doubtful that would happen, but you never know.
Man: Hey, before I forget. I’m
afraid that I can’t play next week.
Woman: That’s too bad. What happened? You never miss our games.
Man: Yeah, this will be a first for me, but I have to work late next week.
Woman: Well, I hope that you can come back in two weeks. We would hate to miss you two weeks in a row.
Man: I should be back. I’m sorry that I won’t be able to make it.
Woman: No worries. See you in two weeks.
Woman: Hey, did you hear about
Jill? She quit this morning.
Man: Yeah, I hear she got a new job.
Woman: Yeah, she gets to work from home, and she will get paid a lot more.
Man: I’m so jealous that she gets to work from home.
Woman: Me, too. And I’m sad that she won’t be around the office anymore.
Man: Yes, it won’t be the same without her.
Woman: I was talking to Susan,
today, and she said that her daughter got into
Man: Oh, that’s great! She must be very excited.
Woman: Yes, she’s thrilled that she got into a good college, but she’s a bit worried too.
Man: What is she so worried about?
Woman: Typical mom stuff. She’s worried she’ll be alright living alone.
Man: Her daughter will be fine! It’s all a part of growing up.
Woman: Yeah, I think she knows that. I think that she’s also sad that her daughter will be far from home.
Man: Yeah, that’s tough for any parent.
Adjective Complements + that + clause
- I’m sorry that your team lost the game.
- He’s happy that you’re here.
- She’s afraid that she’ll fail the test.
- We’re thrilled that you can join us.
- We’re happy that you made it.
- I’m sorry that you have to leave.
- I’m afraid that I can't come next week.
- He’s disappointed that you forgot his birthday
- He’s angry you went home early.
- She’s thrilled you can make it.
- We’re afraid we can’t attend the party.
- I’m sorry I did not call you.
- We’re glad that you made it.
- They’re mad that you did not call them.
- I’m happy that you like your gift.
- He’s upset that she ignored him.