Re: verb + it + that- if- or when-clause: When to use?
"We always enjoy it when they stay with us". In that sentence, "it" refers to "the time that we spend together" or something similar.
Originally Posted by John Laudenberger
"I can't remember when I last saw her". There is nowhere that you could put "it" in that sentence as there is nothing to replace. If anything "it" would mean "when I last saw her". As that already appears in the sentence, there would be no reason to duplicate it.
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