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Great English practice! How to use "So & Such" for English conversation.

So and Such

So is used with adjectives:

“Andy gave me some chocolate, he is so nice.”
“Josh is so tall! He grew 5 cm this summer.”

And adverbs:

“Nick runs so quickly.”
“I kiss my baby’s head so gently.”

BUT

Such is used with nouns:

“Steve is always complaining about everything. I don’t like to spend time with such people.”

And adjectives + nouns:

“Eric is such a nice person.”

*When we use such and so before an adjective, it makes it stronger.

“Can I borrow a sweater? It’s so cold today.” = very cold.
“Thank you for inviting me to your party, I had such a good time!” = a very good time.

"The trees are lovely but it looks so cold!"

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