a. adjective + to-infinitive
It is easy to deceive Sally .
It was difficult to find the hotel.
Mary is easy to deceive.
The cafe was difficult to find.
b. adjective + to-infinitive
· Mark is eager to please.
· Nancy is anxious to see you.
able eager mortified
afraid excited prone
alarmed fit proud
amazed fortunate quick
angry free relieved
anxious frightened reluctant
apt glad satisfied
ashamed happy shocked
bound hesitant slow
careful impatient sorry
certain inclined sure
content infuriated thrilled
curious keen unfit
delighted liable upset
determined likely unwilling
disinclined lucky welcome
disposed willing due
c. adjective + to-infinitive
Jane was wrong to leave.
He was rude to say that.
It was wrong of Susan to leave.
It was rude of him to say that.
brave decent impudent rude
careless foolish kind selfish
cheeky generous naughty silly
clever good nice thoughtfjull
considerate ill-natured polite wicked
crazy impolite right wrong
d. the first, etc./nex/last+to-infinitive
It will be the next to be serviced.
You are the only person to take the test.
She’s often the first to arrive and the last to leave.
They were the first to understand it.
Who will be the next to jump?
e. indefinite pronouns+adjective
Something strange happened last night.
There is something strange happening with the sea.
Is there anything new in the office?
Is there anybody eager to take part in this?
It is nice to see you here.
It is good to be here.
g. It+be+adjective+that clause
It is possible that we will be late.
It is possible that food additives create addiction.
It is unlikely that Iran currently has the capacity to build nuclear weapons.
It is likely that the weather will be fine.
It is unlikely that Fenerbahçe will win the match.
It was lucky that you left early.
h. adjective+that clause
I’m sure (that) she will be late.
We are glad (that) you can come.
i. It+be+adjective for+pronoun/noun+to-infinitie
It is important for her to come to class on time.
It is essential for me to do homework.
It is necessary for Jack to take this course.
j. It+be+adjective+that+S+(should) infinitive without to
It is important that she (should) come to class on time.
It is important that you (should) practice these new words and expressions by writing your own sentences
It is essential that Jack (should) do homework.
It is imperative that the students (should) take a test to enter the university.
it is imperative that the book (should) be regularly updated.
k. linking verb+adjective
The children became silent when the teacher came in.
Mary considered her friend wise and handsome.
The soup tastes delicious.
The film seems absurd to me.
He is afraid of dogs.
They are excited about their trip to Paris next June.
Is she aware of the danger.
I am bad at history.
m. with some verbs
The grandson made the grandfather happy by visiting him on his 80th birthday.
I find her beatiful.
They thought him clever.
Sally dyed her hair black.