Don’t say: “Was obvious that something was wrong.”
Say: “It was obvious that something was wrong.”
All sentences in English need a subject (I, you, he, she, we, they, or it) – and many students forget the subject it. Here are more examples of common sentences with it:
- It’s raining.
- “How was your interview?”
“It was great!”
- It’s not easy to work full-time while in school.
- “Do you want to buy this cell phone?”
“I’m not sure. Can it access the internet?”
- I like your necklace. Is it real gold?
- According to the weather forecast, it’ll be sunny and hot tomorrow.