1. It is quite normal for a person to be the subject of a sentence.
2. It is quite normal that a person is the subject of a sentence.
I feel that those two sentences have a slightly different meaning, even though
they carry the same information. Nevertheless, I am not able to define the difference.
Could you help me with this?
Re: Two constructions
No. 1 implies that it is quite normal for a person, and No. 2 implies that it is quite normal for a sentence.
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