2 SO/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
3 soSo 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.
4 suchSuch 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
5 So/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
6 So/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
7 So/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
8 So/such SO MUCH/SO MANY/SUCH A LOT Why did you buy so much food? Why did you buy such a lot of food?
9 More quizzes Autumn is my favourite time of the year , what about you?