Grammar Practice: So/Such

Are you confused when to use the words “so” and “such”? Don’t worry, you are not alone. Most of the ESL learners have the same confusion on the use of “so” and “such”.

Before you begin this Grammar practice, read and study first when to use “so” and “such”.

Ready?

Now, let’s begin. Choose “so” or “such” to complete the sentences correctly.

1. You should read this story - it's _____ interesting.



2. He studied ______ hard so he got the highest score.



3. That decision was ______ a terrible one.



4. She is ______ a very good dentist that you won't feel anything when she extracts your tooth.



5. The lecturer spoke _______ clearly that I was able to understand the topic immediately.



6. The man was driving ______ fast that the passengers got scared.



7. There was ______ a long line in the movie theater that I decided not to watch the movie at all.



8. The weather is ______ a great spoiler in today's event.



9. It's ______ difficult to choose which one to buy.



10. The burglar stole ______ an expensive jewelry that the police put a wanted ad on him.





 

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4 Responses to “Grammar Practice: So/Such”

  1. Elena says:

    Congratulations – you have completed So/Such. You scored 10 out of 10. Your performance have been rated as ‘Unbeatable’
    I an so glad )))

  2. grace says:

    I want a perfect score too. :(

  3. sheena says:

    Congratulations – you have completed So/Such. You scored 8 out of 10. Your performance have been rated as ‘Very Good’

    I want perfect score :(

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