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accept, acknowledge, agree, appreciate, admit, resent, bother, realize,
learn, find out, discover, know, recognize,
From these verbs, are there any verbs with which "that" can't be omitted?

For example, we have a sentence "I accept that he joins this club." Is "that" omittable in this sentence?
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Isuppose that it depends to some extent on register, but an omitted that sounds wrong to me for accept, acknowledge, appreciate, resent, bother (passive-- I am bothered that he joined) and recognize.

This is a very personal list of dislikes, perhaps.
Thanks, Mister Mic,

Seems like more "difficult" words that can't be omitted.
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TeleostomiFor example, we have a sentence "I accept that he joins this club." Is "that" omittable in this sentence?
Or could you say without "that" the sentence would sound more like spoken language or slang, but is still correct?
I've just found the very good explanation in the archived posts, so everything is clear now.
Why don't you let me in on the secret archieve?
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Why "secret"? Emotion: big smile Check it up in the very first area of this board "Common English Questions and Answers - Archived Posts".