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    #1

    What or such traffic?

    I know you can say 'what dreadful traffic!' but can you say 'such dreadful traffic!'?

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    #2

    Re: What or such traffic?

    You can in British English, though I don't hear it very much as a stand-alone phrase nowadays.

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    #3

    Re: What or such traffic?

    Whichever you choose, catlin, in writing, capitalise the first word of the quoted exclamations.

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