it v n ADJ that
it v n ADJ thatThe adjective group follows introductory it, a verb group, and a noun group, and is followed by a that-clause. The verb make occurs most commonly in this pattern. Drive occasionally occurs, with a small number of adjectives.
|it||verb group||noun group||Adjective group||that-clause|
|It||makes||me||sad||that they don't get the chance.|
Most adjectives with this pattern indicate that someone is angry or unhappy with a situation. Happy and proud indicate that someone is happy with a situation.
It makes me angry that there are louts out there who have nothing better to do with their time than to desecrate both public and private property.
Thank you for coming. It makes me happy that you respect his memory in this beautiful way.
It makes me sick that anybody should doubt my commitment.
Crazy, nuts and mad are used with the verb drive.
angry crazy furious happy mad proud resentful sad sick
It's driving me barking mad that I can't remember who wrote it.