Grammar

So & Such

So and such

We can use so and such to make the meaning of an adjective, adverb or noun stronger (’very/really’):

Why did you give her money? You are so stupid!

He was such a terrible father that now his kids don’t want to be around him.

1. I love my colleagues, they are such nice people.

2. I was surprised that she looked so young at her age.

3. They have so much money that they don’t know what to do with it.

4. The lesson was so boring that I almost fell asleep.

5.So many people attended the meeting that there weren’t enough chairs for everyone.

6. We had a really good time. It was such an amazing experience.

7. The chef at the hotel was so dirty.  I saw him licking the spoon and putting it back in the pot several times. I didn’t eat anything that night.

8 That was such a bad movie. I can’t believe that someone actually thought that was a good idea.

9. She works so hard to keep everyone happy, but they complain anyway.

10. I couldn’t believe what Joel did. It was such a shock to hear that he was fired for stealing from the company!

 

 

 

 

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