# Using SO and SUCH, Definition and Examples

Using SO and SUCH, Definition and Examples

We can say about “So” and “Such” that;

• Both of them usually have the same meaning “very”.
• Both of them show extremes.
• We can use both of them to add emphasis to the sentence.
• Although they have some similarities, there are some main differences in their use in the sentence.

Mark seems so unhappy.

She speak so quicly.

It is so rainy outside!

1. So + Much/Many/Few/Little + Noun

There are so few cars in the parking lot.

1. Such + a/an + Adjective + Noun

She is such an intelligent boy.

1. Such + Judgemental Noun

He is such a liar!

Don’t be such a fool!

1. Such + a/an + Noun

Why did you say such a thing?