1.That is the reason why I’m not in favour of revising the plan.
2.His failure was due to the fact that he had not practised for a long time.
3.It is likely that it will rain in the evening.
4.How they went to America is what I want to know.
5.It occurred to him that he had left his key at home.
6.The reason why he came late was that he didn’t catch the early bus.
7.I’m looking forward to the day when Tai Wan returns to China.
8.He sat by the fire， reading a novel.
1.My dream came true at last.
2.It will not be long before we meet again.
3.I worked in a business where almost everyone is waiting for a great chance.
4.He kept looking at her， wondering whether he had seen her somewhere.
5.It is a great honor for Beijing that the 2008 Olympic Games will be held in Beijing.
6.Timmy was fined a large sum of money by the judge for drunken driving.
7.Although he thought he was helping us with the work， he was actually in the way.
8.Most hotels have websites where you can find answers to your questions.
1.That most of languages are now threatened and may disappear is a serious matter to the people.
2.The fact that Great Britain is made up of three countries is still unknown to many people.
3.Now that you’ve got a chance， you might as well make full use of it.
4.It was only when I reread his poems recently that I begin to appreciate their beauty.
5.As is reported in the newspapers， talks between the two countries are making progress.
6.They came to the conclusion that not all things can be done by a computer.
7.Come and see me whenever you are convenient .
8.I thought Jim would say something about his school report ， but he didn’t mention it .