English lesson: so and such to make something stronger.
There are used in the same way:
So (synonym for very):
The film was very good
The film was so good
That food is very delicious
That food is so delicious
The "so" goes before the adjective
subject (noun) + verb 'be' + so + adjective
Such (makes the expanded noun phrase (adjective + noun) stronger)
It was such a good film
See how the adjective and noun are next to each other.
That is such delicious food
verb 'be' + such + expanded noun phrase (adjective + noun)
The book is so interesting
That is such an interesting book
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