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    Smile Pronoun "It"

    Dear teachers,

    for example: To find fault is easy.

    When I want to emphasize "easy" in the above, can I change the above sentence to the following?

    It is easy to find fault.


    your guidance is appreaciated.

    thanks.

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    Re: Pronoun "It"

    Quote Originally Posted by kl004535 View Post
    Dear teachers,

    for example: To find fault is easy.

    When I want to emphasize "easy" in the above, can I change the above sentence to the following?

    It is easy to find fault.


    your guidance is appreaciated.

    thanks.
    Yes, you can.


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    Re: Pronoun "It"

    yes


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