Is this sentence pattern in the following two cases correct? Can you explain this structure more?
- That task is hard to complete.
- That event is impossible to imagine.
I thought it is only correct to say (It is + adjective + to do sth) because I was only taught this structure:
- It is hard to complete that task.
- It is impossible to imagine that event.
However, I know it's correct to say:
These foods are good to eat.(I know because this sentence is in a dictionary)
It is good to eat these foods.