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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #102135: Such and So
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    Such and So



    We use such with a noun or a nominal group.

    We use so with an adjective, an adverb.


    Examples: He is so old. The wine was so good!
    Example: It is such a long walk.






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    1. They had a good time!

    2. It was far to go to my home.

    3. The doctor spoke quickly that I could hardly understand.

    4. I have never drunk awful wine.

    5. You mustn't smoke much! In fact, you should quit!

    6. Our friend is a good boy.

    7. Travelling to Japan is a long trip.

    8. My godchild is a good boy.

    9. They are good speakers. We could listen to them for hours.

    10. We liked our vacation; it was relaxing.









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