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There is an ellipsis of "that" in that sentence.

We can use 'that'clause to replace an object after the verb in a sentence.

The demonstrative pronouns these and that.

It is so quiet in the room that you can hear the drop of a pin.
房間里靜得連(地上)掉根針都能聽見。[用於so that 結構,有時 that 可以省略]以便,為了,所以

Who, what, that, etc. are relatives.
Who, what, that等是關係代詞。

  1. A universal measurement, can be used for almost anything. A way of measuring the extent of adverb.
    Man 1: Whoa, what happened to you? Man 2: Hangover. Man, I was THAT drunk last night. Kid: Dude, you should see my new English teacher's legs, they are THAT hot!
  2. not this, often used when pointing at something
    Can i have that? No, not this, that.
  3. used to define a certain individual, or object that is the ideal of a particular type of class/group/belonging
    Yo yo, there goes Jay-Z. Damn, hes THAT nigga. Hey, is Paul Panoose south indian? Heck yeah, Paul Panoose is THAT south indian, bitch.
  4. Is not a word, you dumb fucknuts. In the category of every other misspelled word, including "it's" "you're" and "they're" Thats= NOTHING! That's= That is
    Bob: Thats pretty cool Sue: It's "that's pretty cool," you illiterate fuck
  5. A response in agreement or in support of something just said. Agreeing with someone.
    one guy: Man, that was an awesome catch ! other guy: Yeah, that. one guy: this movie sucks! other guy: that !
  6. Something ain't nobody got time for
    Ain't nobody got time for that!
  7. A dismissive term used in place of someone's name or pronoun, to distinguish that they are even lower than the use of a gender-specific term. Used for particularly unsavory individuals.
    Gretchen: OMG, Cady just showed up with that greasy d-bag from last night. Do we have to invite her over? Regina: Not while she's here with *that*. Brendan: *sees the skankiest of sorostitutes* Whoa.... Who invited *that*? Enrique: Toats Your Team, brah.