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"It is all deliciously ironic when you consider that Shakespeare, who earns their living, was himself an actor with a beard and did his share of noise-making." Here it refers to the that clause. （1） Is that so? But there is another one.
" It is a bit confusing when Savant answers such queries as ..."（2） If we think here it refers to the situation or time ,how can the situation or time is confusing, I cannot understand it. I think it may be the situation or time made Savant confused or the queries are confusing. But I would be confused it " it " referred to the queries, why not use " they are" instead? （3）By the way , please compare the two ones.
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Last edited by 5jj; 17-Apr-2012 at 21:00. Reason: typo