Dec 15, 2016

UNIT 101 • So and such

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  • Put in ‘so’, ‘such’ or ‘such a’.
    • He’s difficult to understand because he speaks  . . . 
      so
      quickly.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • I like Tom and Ann. They’re  . . . 
      such
      nice people.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • It was a great holiday. We had  . . . 
      such a
      good time.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • I was surprised that he looked  . . . 
      so
      well after his recent illness.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • Everything is  . . . 
      so
      expensive these days, isn’t it?
      • so

    • The weather is lovely, isn’t it? I didn’t expect it to be  . . . 
      such a
      nice day.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • I have to go. I didn’t realize it was  . . . 
      so
      late.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • He always looks good. He wears  . . . 
      such
      nice clothes.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • It was  . . . 
      such a
      boring film that I fell asleep while I was watching it.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • I couldn’t believe the news. It was  . . . 
      such a
      shock.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • I think she works too hard. She looks  . . . 
      so
      tired all the time.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • The food at the hotel was  . . . 
      so
      awful. I’ve never eaten  . . . 
      such
      awful food.
      • sosuch a
      • suchso
      • such asuch

    • They’ve got  . . . 
      so
      much money, they don’t know what to do with it.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • I didn’t realize you lived  . . . 
      such a
      long way from the city centre.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

    • I can’t decide what to do. It’s  . . . 
      such a
      problem.
      • so
      • such
      • such a

  • Make one sentence from two using ‘that’. Use ‘so’ or ‘such’ in the sentences.

    1.       She worked hard.
    2.       It was a beautiful day.
    3.       I was tired.
    4.       We had a good time on holiday.
    5.       She speaks English well.
    6.       I’ve got a lot of things to do.
    7.       The music was loud.
    8.       I had a big breakfast.
    9.       It was horrible weather.

    a.       You could hear it from miles away.
    b.       You would think it was her native language.
    c.       We spent the whole day indoors.
    d.       She made herself ill.
    e.       I couldn’t keep my eyes open.
    f.       I didn’t eat anything else for the rest of the day.
    g.       We decided to go to the beach.
    h.       I don’t know where to begin.
    l.       We didn’t want to come home.
    • She worked
      It was
      I was
      We had
      She speaks English
      or
      She speaks
      I’ve got
      or
      I’ve got
      The music was
      I had
      It was

    • Use the words in brackets to complete these pairs of sentences.
      • (good / time)
        We enjoyed our holiday. It was so
        We enjoyed our holiday. We had such

        • (oppressive / place)
          I don’t like London very much. It’s so
          I don’t like London very much. It’s such

          • (friendly / person)
            I like Ann. She’s so
            I like Ann. She’s such

            • (exhausting / job)
              I wouldn’t like to be a teacher. It’s so
              I wouldn’t like to be a teacher. It’s such

              • (long / time)
                It’s great to see you again! I haven’t seen you for so
                It’s great to see you again! I haven’t seen you for such

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