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Structure: ‘such vs so’

Fly High English - Structure

This time in our structure help we talk about the difference between ‘so’ and ‘such’. There are similar words that are used in similar situations but have different constructions around them. Have a look at the diagram below and then write some of your own examples.

So vs Such

As we can see from the diagram, the difference between so and such is related to which category of word you are using after them. Use ‘so‘ with an adjective or adverb after it, while we use ‘such‘ with a noun or adjective + noun after it.

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