such as it is
Would you check my examples? I'd like to make sure 'such as it is' is used correctly.
1. He attended the top-of-the-table clash during his stay in Hungary. Allegedly, it was a great match, such as it is - Hungarian soccer is so bad.
2. Vote for Hicks; he seems reliable, such as it is - the majority of presidents lies.
Last edited by retro; 27-Nov-2006 at 15:19.
Re: such as it is
"Such as it is" means "in that form even though it isn't very good."
Originally Posted by retro
Your uses don't really work for me.
You can stay for supper, such as it is.