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We often use ‘so’ and ‘such’ to mean ‘very’ or ‘really’. It makes the sentence stronger and shows that there is a high level of something. In today’s grammar, let’s look at the difference between “so” and “such”.
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We can use so with an adjective or adverb to make it stronger.
It’s so hot today!
She looks so young in that photo.
If we are using the comparative form of the adjective or adverb, we use so much to make it stronger.
They were so much more innocent when they were younger.
I work so much more quickly when I can concentrate.
With a noun or adjective + noun, we use such to make it stronger.
You’re such an angel!
It’s such a hot day today!
Have you already known the difference between “so” and “such? Don’t worry, we prepare a quiz for you👇it is time to show yourself!
#1. She was _____ a beautiful woman.
#2. She felt ____ tired she fell asleep on the train.
That’s all for today’s [Grammar]!!!