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  1. We often use 'so' and 'such' to mean 'very' or 'really'. It makes the sentence stronger and shows that there is a high level of something. We use 'so' before an adjective or adverb (without a noun). She was so beautiful (= she was very beautiful).
  2. So and such are used in many contexts in English. They are popular words and sometimes used interchangeably. In this angumnensstinatdi.tiolassiolulnedodarubisdilecon.co article, let us explore the possible uses of these 2 words with a lot of examples. Views.
  3. So / Such. f t p. The following is a mini-tutorial on the use of "so" and "such." After you have studied the tutorial, complete the associated exercises. If you already know how to use "so" and "such," you can skip the explanation and go directly to the exercises. So + Adjective USE.
  4. so, such. so + adjective/adverb + (that) We use so + adjective or adverb. Why don’t you try to understand. You are so stubborn! He gets on my nerves. You drive so slowly. We often use so + adjective or adverb + (that) He is so good (that) he gets bored when he plays against me. John drives so slowly (that) other drivers get impatient around him.
  5. Summary chart. so, such. so + adjective or adverb + (that) . We use so + adjective or adverb. Why don’t you try to understand. You are so stubborn!; You’re getting on my nerves. Why do you drive so slowly?; We often use so + adjective or adverb + (that) He is so good (that) he gets bored when he plays against me.; John drives so slowly (that) other drivers get impatient .
  6. Dec 27,  · So and Such are the two words in the English language which are used to emphasize the meaning of the sentence. They are also used to mean ‘like this’. These words are not the same, because while ‘ so ‘ is used to indicate ‘the extent of something’, ‘ such ‘ is used to denote ‘of the aforementioned or certain kind or degree’.
  7. from English Grammar Today Such is a determiner; so is an adverb. They often have the same meaning of ‘very’ or ‘to this degree’: Those are such good chocolates.
  8. “so that”and “such that”, both of them, have same meaning in a sentence. are used to explain the result or to explain an opinion about something (which are mentioned before). are used to express both the cause and the result of a situation in a sentence.

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