Exercise 2: ‘so & such’

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

‘so’ or ‘such’ – drop-down

Difficulty: medium (3 of 5)

Choose ‘so’ or ‘such’ for the gaps.

  • Example: “The book I’m reading is so interesting.”

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  1. Why don’t you buy a sports car as Peter’s? It’s probably a lot of fun.
  2. This speech is tiring. I have to get some coffee now.
  3. This is an old house that it’s dangerous to go in.
  4. I have a lot of things to do today that I won’t be able to help you.
  5. There is much to do, we will definitely need help!
  6. It was good to ask him. Now we know what he thinks about it.
  7. I don’t want to make an experience again. It was horrible.
  8. A meal as that one is not usual, believe me!
  9. Let’s watch another movie! We don’t have to get up early tomorrow – it’s Sunday.
  10. We really have to go to that amusement park, too. Oli and Nick had a good time there.

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

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