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Emphatic Structures (Words that give EMPHASIS) How to use: so... such...
Adding Emphasis: There are many ways to add emphasis to an idea in English. Last week, we talked about degree adverbs, such as... very really extremely quite
Other ways to emphasize include these two structures: so (which is another degree adverb) and such
Using SO We usually use SO + an adjective to give emphasis to a description of someone or something. Example: Your dog is SO adorable. ADJECTIVEADD “so” to emphasize “adorable”
Using SO We can also use SO + an adverb to give emphasis to the MANNER in which someone does something. Example: He ran the race SO quickly. ADVERB: -HOW he ran ADD “so” to emphasize “quickly”
Using SUCH... SUCH is another way to give emphasis. SUCH must go with: 1)an adjective 2) + an NOUN
Using SUCH a(n) Example: You did SUCH a great job! ADJADD “such” to emphasize “great job” NOUN USE “a” because JOB is a singular noun
Using SUCH a(n) Example: I had SUCH an exhausting day! ADJADD “such” to emphasize “exhausting day” NOUN USE “an” because DAY is a singular noun
Using SUCH PLURAL Nouns: Example: Ana has SUCH wonderful children! ADJADD “such” to emphasize “wonderful children” PLURAL NOUN We made you breakfast, Mom!..and bought you flowers!
Using SUCH PLURAL Nouns: Example: They are SUCH great singers! ADJADD “such” to “great singers” PLURAL NOUN
INCORRECT USE: WRONG: My sister is SO a smart person! Correct: She is SUCH A smart person! WRONG: David’s writing is SUCH great. Correct: David’s writing is SO great.
Don’t Confuse … SUCH A (+ADJ +NOUN) and SUCH AS – used to introduce examples -English is such a difficult language. -Karen knows many languages, such as English, French, and Italian.
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