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    #1

    so +adj-adv/ such +a/an+n+adj

    hi

    now if i want to explain this rule to students ?

    how can I explain it and introduce ?

    please help me ..

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    #2

    Re: so +adj-adv/ such +a/an+n+adj

    (no teacher).

    Some weeks ago I learnt a rule about those 2 things.

    Such belongs to nouns.

    This is such a great idea.
    He is such an idiot.

    She is such a careful driver.

    So belongs to adjectives and adverbs.
    He drives so incredibly uncarefully.
    You look so hot.
    This idea is so stupid.


    I'm not sure if this already answers your question...

    P.S. I cannot 100% guarantee that they belong to adverbs, too

    Cheers!

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    #3

    Re: so +adj-adv/ such +a/an+n+adj

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare85 View Post
    (no teacher).

    Some weeks ago I learnt a rule about those 2 things.

    Such belongs to nouns.

    This is such a great idea.
    He is such an idiot.

    She is such a careful driver.

    So belongs to adjectives and adverbs.
    He drives so incredibly uncarefullycarelessly.
    You look so hot.
    This idea is so stupid.


    I'm not sure if this already answers your question...

    P.S. I cannot 100% guarantee that they belong to adverbs, too

    Cheers!
    (I'm not sure I'd have chosen the word 'belongs', but you have the right idea.)

    b

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    #4

    Re: so +adj-adv/ such +a/an+n+adj

    Nightmare85

    Thanks so much .

    I appreciate it ..

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