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Somewhere I read that the 'words of thinking' (e.g. theory, believe, belief, etc..) must be followed by 'that'.
"Lucy's belief that the Earth is flat is great' (correct)
"Lucy's belief of..." (wrong)
"Lucy believes that..." (correct)
I don't have the source, as I got it from one of the many documents that I've read since I started studying for the Gmat... I would be interested in getting a more comprehensive explanation though...
Hopes ,proposal ,desire and request always need that to introduce a clause
In these types of sentences there is a degree of uncertainty as to whether or not the second person will actually do what is asked.
Itâ€™s urgent that she goes to a doctor (but its all her will)
My advice is that you should finish exploring C before the placements starts (again itâ€™s up to the guy)
Subjective is formed with the word that+infinitive form of verb (with out to)
Use of subjective follows the words and phrases such as
advice,advisable,ask,arrange,better,demand,desire,desirable,direct,directive,essential,fitting,imperative ,propose ,insist, suggest, requestâ€¦..etc