Noun Clause in apposition to Pronoun "It"


नामात्मक गौणवाक्य (It शी संबंधित)


Noun Clause in apposition to Noun or Pronoun साठी येथे पहा.

नियम १

ही रचना जरी Noun Clause in apposition to a Noun ची असली तरी या रचनेचे वैशिष्ट्य म्हणजे यांतील Main Clause ची सुरूवात It या Pronoun ने केलेली असते.

नियम २

दुसऱ्या स्थानी It नंतर is किंवा was यांपैकी एखादे To be चे Verb वापरलेले असते.

नियम ३

तिसऱ्या स्थानी To be च्या Verb नंतर Complement म्हणून एखादे Adjective किंवा Past Participle वापरलेले असते.

नियम ४

अशा Main Clause ला जोडून जो Noun Clause वापरलेला असतो, त्याचा संबंध Main Clause मधील It या Pronoun शी जोडलेला असतो.

या Complex Sentence मधील वाक्याची रचना पुढे दिल्याप्रमाणे असते.

  • It is feared that...
  • It is fortunate that...
  • It is lucky that...
  • It is speculated that...
  • It is expected that...
  • It is good that...
  • It is bad that...
For Example (उदाहरणार्थ)
Ex. 1
  • It was unfortunate that you were absent.
  • Main Clause :
    It was unfortunate
  • Subordinate Clause :
    that you were absent.
  • Noun Clause in apposition to the Pronoun It in the Main Clause.
Ex. 2
  • It is speculated that the Sensex would fall down eventually.
  • Main Clause :
    It is speculated
  • Subordinate Clause :
    that the Sensex would fall down eventually.
  • Noun Clause in apposition to the Pronoun It in the Main Clause.
Ex. 3
  • It is good that you exercise daily.
  • Main Clause :
    It is good
  • Subordinate Clause :
    that you exercise daily.
  • Noun Clause in apposition to the Pronoun It in the Main Clause.
Ex. 4
  • It is feared that there would be shortage of water before monsoon.
  • Main Clause :
    It is feared
  • Subordinate Clause :
    that there would be shortage of water before monsoon.
  • Noun Clause in apposition to the Pronoun It in the Main Clause.
Ex. 5
  • It was agreed that he would be leaving the city soon.
  • Main Clause :
    It was agreed
  • Subordinate Clause :
    that he would be leaving the city soon.
  • Noun Clause in apposition to the Pronoun It in the Main Clause.

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