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So and such are used to express a consequenceThe coffee is so hot that I can’t drink it. It was such a beautiful day that we decided to go to the beach.
So +adjective or adverb +that
-This book was so boring that I couldn’t finish it.
-She was so tired that she fell asleep in the armchair.
-This tea is so good that I’ll have another cup.
-He speaks so fast that I can’t understand him.
-My friend walked so quickly that I couldn’t keep up with him.
So much/so many + noun + thatYou can also use: So much/so many + noun + that
-The were so many people smoking in the room that I had to leave.
Mónica asked us to do so much homework that I fell asleep on the books.
SUCH Such a + adjective + countable noun(sing) +thatSuch + adjective + uncountable noun/plural N +that
-It was such a foggy day that we couldn’t see the road.
-It’s such a good film that I’ve watched it three times.
-It was such a big breakfast that I didn’t eat anything else for the rest of the day.
-It was such horrible weather that we spent the whole day at home.
He gave such horrible Goth boots as a birthday present that I threw them away
-It was such a stupid story that we didn’t believe in it.
QUIZ TIME(Combine the sentences using so..that or such ….that)1.The car was expensive. We couldn’t buy it.
-The car was so expensive that we couldn’t buy it.
-It was such an expensive car that we couldn’t buy it.
2. She worked hard.She made herself ill.
-She worked so hard that she made herself ill.
3. It was a cold day.I wore my wool coat.
-It was such a cold day that I wore my wool coat.
- The weather was so cold that I wore my wool coat.
4. The box is heavy. I can’t lift it.
-The box is so heavy that I can’t lift it.
-It is such a heavy box that I can’t lift it.
5. The music was loud. We couldn’t sleep all night.
-The music was so loud that we couldn’t sleep all night.
-It was such loud music that we couldn’t sleep all night.
Topic 2 Section A Topic 2 Section A. health | helθ| n healthy adj, tonight | tənait | adv n too much (, ) fingernail |fiŋgəneil | n without | wiðaut |
Public transport Chapter 4, Book 5A New Welcome to English (Second Edition)
We use « how many » for countable nouns: How many eggs do we need? How many cars are there? How many children are coming? We use « how much » for uncountable.
Too or enough.
CREATED BY MAXINE CLARKE OBPS THE NINE PARTS OF SPEECH.
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Like and as Like = similar to / the same as / for example: What a beautiful house! It’s like a palace. “What does George do?” “He’s a teacher like me.”
A lot, much, many, few, little.
Too and enough. Both too and enough are used to talk about how much or how little of something there is.
TOO MUCH … TOO MANY… ENOUGH…
Jaime García Hospital Juan Francisco Mascareñas González 1Bach D Teacher: Miss Pérez.
TOO MUCH : Uncountable nouns TOO MANY : Countable nouns
THE FIRST CONDITIONAL (possible and very likely to happen)
1 Adjective expensive cheap nice horrible modern dangerous A An Noun house car shoes bicycle hat driver..
So/such Segundo Bachillerato.
So (adjective)that Such (a/an adjective noun) that.
SO AND SUCH / TOO AND ENOUGH
UNIT 5 SO….THAT SUCH…….THAT “o kadar ……..ki”. so…….that: “o kadar ….. ki” fat so fat that: o kadar ŞİŞMAN ki old so old that: o kadar YAŞLI ki short so.
ENGLISH GRAMMAR Prepared by: R.Rajendran.M.A.,M.Sc.,M.Ed.,
We can use a few and many with plural
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