Grammar

How to Use “So” and “Such” Correctly

So and such are used to strengthen the meaning of adjectives.

So is used before an adjective without a noun.

For example:

The film was so boring.

My neighbors are so loud.

Such is used before an adjective that comes with a noun.

For example:

It is such a lovely day today.

This water pipe is such a nuisance.

So and such are also used with THAT-clause.

For example:

The bride was so beautiful that I couldn’t believe it.

That dress was such a bargain that I had to buy it.

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