Exercise 1: ‘so & such’

(Practise your skills in using ‘so/such’)

‘so’ or ‘such’ – drop-down

Difficulty: easy (1 of 5)

Choose ‘so’ or ‘such’ appropriately for each gap.

  • Example: “We had such a nice holiday last year.”

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  1. Mike has a beautiful house. You have to see it!
  2. Would you like a Coke? – No thanks. I don’t like drinks.
  3. You’ve lost all your money? How can you be stupid?
  4. Look, an egg cooker can be very helpful in the kitchen.
  5. The book I read last week was good.
  6. Sorry, you can’t talk to him now, he’s sleeping. He was tired that he had to go to bed early.
  7. Well, a dog can protect you and your home. Why don’t you get one?
  8. Do you really have to drive fast? It’s making me a bit nervous.
  9. It was a good idea to go on holiday.
  10. Don’t drink much orange juice. It’s not good for your teeth.

Further exercises and explanations relating to the ‘Use of ‘so/such’

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