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26 January

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There’s a sentence structure using a dummy subject “it” corresponding to infinitive clause “to~” as in the sentence (1).
I’m used to seeing adjectives between “It is” and ”to ~” in this sentence structure.
But I heard that nouns can be fitted there, too. So I cooked up two sentences (2)(3).

Could anyone please help me figure out if (2) and (3)are grammatically okay.

(1) It’s important to study English to succeed in your business globally.

(2) It’s an important thing to study English to succeed in your business globally.

(3) It’s the first step to study English to succeed in your business globally.

Thank you,

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