'it ' at end of sentence

brian03

Member
korean
Starcraft is the game that everyone wants to play (it)

Starcraft game is so exciting that everyone wants to play it


I know that the second sentence can be used like 'So~that' form of style.

Q. but the thing is (it) should be disapeared at the end right??


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Q. what if I remove (it) from the second sentence ?
then doese it still correct???
 
  • Harry Batt

    Senior Member
    USA English
    The thought that you are trying to convey would be understood by English speakers if you drop the "it."

    The "it" is understood by the context of the sentence. Try it with cooking and the result is also okay. Mary bakes excellent cakes that everyone wants to eat.

    And welcome to he Forum.
     

    mplsray

    Senior Member
    Starcraft is the game that everyone wants to play (it)
    It has no place in that sentence.

    Starcraft game is so exciting that everyone wants to play it
    a. The game Starcraft is so exciting that everyone wants to play.

    b. The game Starcraft is so exciting that everyone wants to play it.

    I would expect sentence b. to be used when talking in general about the game. If, however, the sentence was part of a conversation during a party, then sentence a., without "it," is possible.


    I know that the second sentence can be used like 'So~that' form of style.

    Q. but the thing is (it) should be disapeared at the end right??
    When the pronoun it is not appropriate, then "the it should be removed from the end of the sentence" or "the it should not be used at the end of the sentence."



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    Q. what if I remove it from the second sentence?
    then is it still correct???
    Three question marks is overkill.
     
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