Grammar Patterns

the N be that

the N be that

The noun is preceded by the and is followed by a form of the verb be and a that-clause.
theNounbethat-clause
Thehopeisthat the lighthouse will draw visitors.
Theindicationsarethat she is on the way to being very famous.
These nouns belong to the following meaning groups:
The 'answer' groupThe 'belief' groupThe 'danger' groupThe 'result' groupThe 'problem' groupThe 'tragedy' groupNouns with other meaningsOther related patterns

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