TOP Quick English tips. Using So and Such
Have you ever wondered what is the difference between “So” and “Such” and when to use them?
The answer is actually very simple.
So and such are very similar and have a close meaning to “very” however when using them, the formula is slightly different.
When using “SO” the structure is as follows:
So + adjective
The weather is so nice in Boracay.
Nice – is your adjective
The Philippines is so tropical.
Tropical – is your adjective
When using “Such” the structure is as follows:
Such + adjective + noun
Boracay is such a beautiful island.
Beautiful – is your adjective
Island- is your noun
White beach is such a gorgeous beach.
Gorgeous- is your adjective
Beach –is your noun
I hope that little tip helped you!
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