Presentation on theme: "SO AND SUCH / TOO AND ENOUGH. SO AND SUCH SO and SUCH (a/an) mean VERY/EXTREMELY. That was so kind of you! We had such a nice time!"— Presentation transcript:
SO AND SUCH / TOO AND ENOUGH
SO AND SUCH SO and SUCH (a/an) mean VERY/EXTREMELY. That was so kind of you! We had such a nice time!
SO and SUCH We use SO and SUCH (a/an) to talk about cause and effect: The road was so busy that we almost missed our train! He did such a good composition that he got an A.
SO We use: SO + ADJECTIVE/ADVERB (+THAT) She was so pretty the day of the premiere that she got the attention of all the press. SO + MUCH/MANY/FEW/LITTLE + NOUN (+ THAT) We had so little time that we couldn’t buy any souvenirs.
SUCH We use: SUCH + adjective + uncountable noun/plural noun (+ that) He is the best dinner partner … he tells such good jokes! SUCH + a/an + adjective + singular countable noun (+ that) It was such a horrible film that nobody liked it. SUCH a lot of… She has such a lot of money that she doesn’t know how to spend it!