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    So...That / Such...That

    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.


    Exercise: Choose the correct answers.

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    1. It was dark that I couldn't see her face.

    2. The day was hot that everybody went to the beach.

    3. Most TV programmes are boring that nobody watches them.

    4. We had horrible day that we felt depressed.

    5. The earthquake caused damage that most people lost their homes.

    6. I'm having a wonderful time in Taghit that I don't want to go home.

    7. This test was easy that I didn't need to check my answers.

    8. The party was well organized that everybody had a great time.

    9. We had long and tiring trip that we just wanted to go home.

    10. He has beautiful voice that he should try to become a professional singer.

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