Grammar Patterns

ADJ that

ADJ that

The adjective is followed by a that-clause. The word that is sometimes omitted.
 Adjectivethat-clause
He wasannoyedthat no meal was available.
I feltsurethat Mike and Tina could find another job.
He becameterrifiedthat a snake was going to bite him.
Adjectives with this pattern belong to the following meaning groups:
The 'surprised' groupThe 'angry' groupThe 'horrified' groupThe 'glad' groupThe 'certain' groupThe 'aware' groupThe 'anxious' groupThe 'agreed' groupThe 'insistent' groupThe 'careful' groupThe 'lucky' groupThe 'correct' group

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