It’s been raining all week. Everything is so wet. All of this rain every day is such a nuisance. There was such a mess everywhere. I am so tired of this terrible weather. I wish it would stop. Does it rain a lot where you are? Today we’ll continue talking about confusing words by looking at so and such.
So is use with adjectives. The structure is [so] + [adjective]
In this case, the meaning of so is “very.” Here are some examples:
- I was so tired after working out today I fell asleep at 9PM.
- That movie was so exciting!
- Bob is so nice, everyone likes him.
Such is used with adjectives and nouns. The structure is [such] + [adjective] + [noun] In this case, the meaning of such is also “very.” Here are some examples:
- I had such a tiring workout today I fell asleep at 9PM
- That was such an exciting move! I’m glad we went.
- Bob is such a nice guy. Everyone likes him.
Be careful! Sometimes people confuse so and such, so remember to say…
Bob is such a nice guy. Not
Bob is so nice guy.
New York is such an exciting city. Not
New York is so exciting city.
Well, I think this was such an easy lesson for you that found it so easy. Yes? It wasn’t so difficult, was it? Thanks so much for reading. If you have a suggestion or request or a one point-lessson, feel free to let me know!