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    Uses of THAT

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    Answer with 1) the nature of the word 'that' and 2) whether it can be omitted or not

    I don't like that music very much.

    The friends that I invited last Sunday are French teachers.

    Copernic was the first to believe that the earth revolves round the sun.

    Here is the book that I told you about.       

    Betty drives too fast. The thought that she could have an accident scares her mother.

     Do you want anything else? No thanks, that's all.

    Can I help you? Yes, thanks. It's not that easy.

     The people that live next door have got two children, a dog and a cat.

     It's incredible that he should be so forgetful!

     That's the kind of job that  I would like.

    On that  day Armstrong was the first man that walked on the moon.

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