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They are used to express feelings (surprise, admiration, regret, interest...)
1. With a noun or a nominal group:
- 'What' with a noun or a nominal group.
- 'Such' with a nominal group.
She is such a nice person!
I always enjoy seeing such good films.
how and so.
'so' when there isn't any noun after the adjective or the adverb.
Eg. : How nice (of you)!
Eg. : This baby is so sweet!
3. With a verb or a verbal group:
how and so much.
after the verb
Eg. : How they talked!
Eg. : They talked so much!
"How" et "What" aren't question words. You should NOT invert the words in the sentence.
Eg. : What a pity!
Fill in this dialogue.
Mary and John are having a discussion after their visit to an Art gallery:
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