1.It struck sb that…是英语中一个很有用的句式，其意为“某人突然感到（觉得）……”。译法灵活。句首的 it 可视为形式主语。如：
It struck me that she had come to borrow money. 我忽然想起她是来借钱的。
It struck her that she ought to make a new plan. 她突然想起她应当拟一个新计划。
It struck me that nobody was in favour of the change. 我突然感到没有人赞成这种改变。
It struck him how foolish her behaviour was.
It struck him how foolish his behaviour had been.
It struck me that we ought to make a new plan.
It struck me that she was accusing me.
It struck us what diligent people they were.
It strikes me Jim is a nice lad. 我觉得吉姆是一个好小伙子。
It strikes me that nobody is really in favour of the changes.
It strikes me that you don't talk very much.
It strikes me that the man was not telling the truth.
It strikes me that there is no one at home.
It strikes me that you are not serious about it.
注：strike [straɪk]vt. 攻击;罢（工、课等）;撞;来到
vi. 罢工;打击;朝某一方向前进 n. 攻击;罢工[课，市];发现
3.类似的还有：It occurred to him that…（某人）想到…，突然想到。如：
It suddenly occurred to him that this was an act he could never do. 他突然想到这是他绝不能做的一件事。
It occurred to me that I could have the book sent to me
I don't suppose it occurred to you to notify the police.
It occurred to Tom to wonder whether Jane was quite trustworthy. Not that he thought she was in any way politically active.
It occurred to me that I had left the door unlocked.
It occurred to him that he had forgotten to take his briefcase.
It occurred to me that he might be lying.
It never occurred to him that she might not desire him.
It never occurred to her to ask anyone. 她从未想到问问他人。
It never occurred to me that a big company like yours could make such a mistake.
It never occurred to us that the well-dressed man was a pickpocket.
It never occurred to him that his close friend would betray him .
注：betray [bɪˈtreɪ] vt.背叛;出卖;泄露;对…不忠