Common Mistakes


✔ SUCH: before (adjective +) noun – We use such before a noun with or without an adjective. Such also comes before a/an. The meaning is like “very.” 
● They are such idiots! (not: they are so fools) 
● Watching Titanic was such a waste of time! 
● If you’re such a kind person, please give me $500 
✔ SO: before an adjective without a noun and before an adverb. The meaning is also like “very.” 
● You are so strange, please stop kissing that hamster! 
● That was so pointless! Why did we sing Abba in science class? 
● You are walking so slowly, hurry up grandma! 
It’s very easy my friends! )))

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