Welcome back to another #StudyTip lesson. Today we are going to teach you about two small but very important English words – so and such.
The words 'so' and 'such' can be used in a few different ways in English, but this lesson will focus on how these words can add emphasis to your sentences (to make the meaning of your sentences stronger).
- It is such a nice day.
- It is so beautiful outside.
Often, these words have a meaning that is similar to words like “very” and “really” in English sentences. So they help to make the meaning of your sentences stronger.
- He is in a very good mood today.
- He is in such a good mood today.
The word “so” is used with an adjective or an adverb.
- It was so windy yesterday.
- She sings so beautifully.
- It was such a windy day yesterday.
- She is such a great singer.
The word “so” can also be used in front of these words:
- There are so many people here today!
- You have so much to drink!
- There was so little salt in the kitchen.
- There were so few students in the classroom yesterday.
Remember there are lots more grammar lessons like this one on our blog.
I hope you enjoyed this lesson and come back for our new lesson next Sunday!