The daughter of the president of the United States is " the first daughter". If the president has two or more daughters they are "first daughters". My question is: how do people address one of them? Is it " elder first daughter"?
We say so beautiful a car or such a beautiful car. My question is: If the noun is an unaccountable noun we can use both, right? For example, "Such wonderful furniture" or " So wonderful furniture".
when they say the term "The First daughter" they don't mean the order of having that child, what they want to say that she is the daughter of the most powerful man in america. you also hear the his wife is "The first lady" not because she was the first lady born but coz she is behind her husbend who is the leader of that country.
I think you should place an article in the first 1
Such a wonderful furniture
I dont think that we can put a noun after So so I think the correct order should be like this
The furniture is so wonderful
anyway wait for the teacher to be sure of what i said