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So...That / Such...That
We use so....that, such....that to show a fact (usually with a result or consequence)
(Expresses a fact).Sannah's feet are so big that she can't find shoes that could be her size.
So with adjectives and adverbs
So + adjective/adverb + that + result
Our teacher speaks so clearly that everyone can understand her.
Such + nouns
Such + a + (adjective)+ singular noun + that + result
(It is common to put an adjective before the noun)
They had such a bad night that they couldn't sleep.
Such + plural/uncountable noun + that + result
It was such cold weather that nobody could go outside.
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