Grammar Patterns

it v-link ADJ to n that

The 'interesting' group

These adjectives indicate that something is interesting, unusual, or surprising. These include adjectives of judgement such as extraordinary, where the verb is often seem, and adjectives that indicate someone's reaction, such as interesting, where the verb is usually be. We include here incredible, inconceivable, and unimaginable, which indicate that something seems too surprising to be believed.
It seems extraordinary to me that more guidance isn't given to working mothers nowadays.
It's incredible to us that this guy got a firearms certificate.
Some of the images in your album are very dark, and it's interesting to me that you're so young and just beginning your career.
  • amazing
  • astonishing
  • bizarre
  • extraordinary
  • fascinating
  • incomprehensible
  • inconceivable
  • incredible
  • interesting
  • odd
  • strange
  • striking
  • surprising
  • unimaginable
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