So...That / Such...That
Cause: It was too windy.
Effect: We couldn't go sailing.
It was so
we couldn't go sailing.
Cause: My sister is very shy.
Effect: She hides behind my mother when there are strangers around.
My sister is so
she hides behind my mother when there are strangers around.
Cause: The dress was wonderfully designed.
Effect: I couldn't take my eyes off it.
The dress was so
wonderfully designed that
I couldn't take my eyes off it.
Also expresses a cause and effect.
such + (adjective) + NOUN + that
Cause: It was a great movie.
Effect: I watched it several times.
a great movie that
I've watched it several times.
Cause: She is a very charming woman.
Effect: Everybody stares at her.
She is such
a charming woman that
everybody stares at her.
such a very charming
... "very" is dropped.
So...that is used with quantifiers (many, much, few, little) even if there is a noun.
I have so many
I never get bored.
He has so much
he can buy whatever he wants.
Complete the sentences with so or such.