Did you know that woman in the post office?
How much are those shoes?
Where's that pen gone?
She lives in that house by the bus station.
I like that place be[cause] I like swim[m]ing in [the] sea. (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Polish)
They sell souvenirs, postcards, that sort of thing.
I also enjoy using new clothes for the first time, but I prefer buying other stuff like electronic devices or that sort of thing. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
She said (that) she'd collect it for me after work.
Is it true (that) she's gone back to teaching?
We'll be there at about 7.30, provided/providing (that) there's a suitable train.
It was so dark (that) I couldn't see anything.
It's true that I bought a mobile phone. (Key English Test; A2; Spanish)
The course is good in that it provides a very practical training.
Nowadays it is widely argued that professional sports are damaging to people's health in that they involve gruelling training sessions as an integral part of the occupation. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Russian)
What's that in the corner?
I'd like some of those.
That looks heavy.
If you do that, you'll be sorry.
I don't think you should put up with that.
You can't wear those to a wedding.
After that we have a break. (Skills for Life (Entry 1); A1; Polish)
My usual train was cancelled. That's why I'm so late.
She tricked him, and that's what really upset him.
I decided [not to] play football any more! That is why I want to sell them. (Key English Test; A2; Turkish)
Have you eaten all the cake that I made yesterday?
I like my old-fashioned blue jeans, [and] the old shoes that I always use. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
He told us about his school and all that.
We decided to stay in bed, with it being a holiday and all that.
I really enjoy shopping for clothes, but not only for clothes, also for things like earrings and all that! (Preliminary English Test; B1; Swiss German)
Well that's it then, we've finished.
I think that's it for now - I'll email you about the other project next week.
Well, that's it. Good luck and have a good time. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)
You need to push the two pieces together. That's it.
I didn't know she'd been so ill. That's terrible.
Turn the engine on, then put the car in gear. That's right.
Smile for the camera. That's more like it.
That was before we had a car.
That was when I went to live in Barcelona by myself in a student residence. (First Certificate in English; B2; Catalan)
I won't agree to it and that's that.
That's it and that's that!" as they say in the "Sorbits-advertis[e]ment" Bye! (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Swedish)
Everybody was at the meeting, well everyone except Jeanne, that is.
All in all, the students who participated in this programme were quite happy and had an enjoyable time there, except for some, that is. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Chinese)
"What are you doing today?" "Oh, just this and that."
He used to call his friends daily, chat about this and that, release the tension through silly jokes, even go out with them once in a while. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Greek)
She's too young to walk that far.
It wasn't (all) that good.
My English isn't that bad, actually I have been taught English in school for six years. (First Certificate in English; B2; Dutch)