2SO/SUCHWE USE SO/SUCH TO MAKE THE MEANING OF AN ADJECTIVE (OR ADVERB ) STRONGERI didn´t enjoy the book. The story was so stupidI didn´t enjoy the book . It was such a stupid story
3soSo is also very frequently used before an adjective or an adverb to make the meaning of the adjective or adverb stronger and reflects emphatic usage:Why are you so late? We've been waiting for ages.~ There was an accident on the motorway and it took me so long to get from Sheffield to Leeds.Why are you driving so slowly?It's not safe to drive any faster.
4suchSuch which has a similar meaning is used with nouns or with adjective + noun:It's such a nice day today! Why don't we go out for a picnic?It was such a good film that we stayed on and watched it twice.She is such a difficult child and he has such patience
5So/such So……………….followed by Adjective Adverb Ex. It´s a lovely day. It´s so warm that we are going on a picnicEx: Laura speaks English so quickly that I hardly understand her
6So/such Such Such + a/an noun (countable, singular) Ex: He told us such a story that we couldn´t believe himSuch+ ….. Noun(plural countable, uncountable)There were such nice students in my dorm that I made friends very quicklyIt was such lovely weather that we spent the whole day on the beachNotice nouns can be modified by adjectives
7So/such Notice the difference SO LONG/SUCH A LONG TIME I haven´t seen her for so long I´ve forgotten what she looks likeI haven´t seen her for such a long timeSO FAR/SUCH A LONG WAYI didn´t know that place was so farI didn´t know there was such a long way to get to that place
8So/such SO MUCH/SO MANY/SUCH A LOT Why did you buy so much food? Why did you buy such a lot of food?
9More quizzes Autumn is my favourite time of the year , what about you?