So and such
What’s the difference between so and such?
We use ‘so’ before an adjective or an adverb, alone. (Never use an article with ‘so’). Let’s take a look at some examples.
- David and Maria are my favourite students, they’re such good people.
- I’m such a nice person, I don’t know what to do with myself.
- You’re such an idiot.
- We had such a good time, sad that we’re leaving now.
“So” with adjectives and adverbs
- You are so idiotic, it’s insane.
- I’m so tired of all this nonsense.
- How was the class? It was so good, I can’t wait until tomorrow!
- Why do you have to speak to me so rudely?
- Among vs amongst
- Already vs. all ready
- Although vs. though
- Some or any
- Between vs. among
- Bring up vs. educate
- Still, yet and already
- Rather, quite, fairly and little
- Emphasis in English
- Into or in to
- On or upon
- Born vs. borne
- Bath vs. bathe
- Bring vs. take
- There is vs. there are
- To vs. for
- Do vs. make