It's good to work and it's good that you work . What is the difference ? I feel that the first one is more general but the second one might mean that the person already works and we praise that .

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Semantically, the first sentence simply means that working in general is a good thing, whereas the second sentence means that it is good that the person you are addressing is working.

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