02 – So vs. Such – Learn the Difference

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In today’s podcast, we are going to look at two words that are often confused in English, so and such. Summer weather has finally come to the Big Apple, so Michael is going to talk about that and then give some examples about today’s language point.

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  1. 1. Some of the people who were walking on Broadway were wearing (just) T-shirts.
    2. The winter in NY this year was cold and long.

  2. 1. Some of the people were dressed in T-shirts.
    2. The winter in NY this year was cold and long.
    Unlike the winter in New York this year’s winter in Russia was extremly warm. I like playing hockey and cross-country skiing, but this year it was almost impossible because of the warm weather.
    I find it very difficult to understand when the narrator announce the weather forecast in a news release. Michael could you tell me please how I can improve my understanding.

  3. People on Broadway were wearing just T-shirts.
    The winter was so cold and so long!
    I like winter because we can put some blouses, sweaters or jackets (clothes) on and get warm, but on summer we wear light clothes, take cold showers but we are still hot and sweating.

  4. 1it was so warm in big apple, the people wear tshirt,
    2 the winter was such a strong this year
    3 my favorite season is fall, autumn

  5. The answers to the two questions are:
    1. Some of the people who were walking on Broadway were wearing just T-shirts.
    2. The winter in NY this year was so cold and so long.

    Even though in my country there isn´t season, spring is my favory season; but in my country I prefer the raining season…

  6. It’s very interesting. Tks a lot! Here is my answers fo your Questions

    1. I can hear clearly that Some of the people who were walking on Broadway were wearing T-shirts.

    2. I’m sure that The winter in NY this year was cold and long.

  7. Michael, If the structure is such + noun phrase, would be correct (…to do on such a beautiful day as today.) ??

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