Is the structure of this sentence correct?
"My hometown it is very big."
What is it in this sentence?
It is a pronoun that, in this sentence, means my hometown. We do not need to use my hometown AND it in this sentence. A common mistake that teachers hear their English students make is repeating the subject of a sentence. The correct sentence is
"My hometown is very big."
Here are three examples of sentences that have double-subject mistakes. The correct sentences are also shown.
X My sister she is a nurse.
✔ My sister is a nurse.
X Where is the new car that you bought it?
✔ Where is the new car that you bought?
X The mountains we visited them were beautiful.
✔ The mountains we visited were beautiful.
It's ok to repeat a subject when you use two clauses:
I don't know why brought an umbrella, but let's take it anyway.
Now decide if these sentences are correct or not: