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1. The coat is new and is so in very good
2. If you find the wallet, I should be so grateful if you would return it to the above address.
3. My English is so poor so my wife has to translate everything.
4. lt was a so beautiful day that we decided to go to the beach.
5. I'm sure you 'd never find so bad food in any other canteen.
1. The coat Is new and so Is In very good
2. If you find the waUet, r should be very/extremely grateful if you would return it to the above address.
3. My English ls so poor that my wife has to translate everything.
4. lt was such a beautiful day that we decided to go to the beach.
5. I'm sure you'd never find such bad food In any other canteen.
1. When used as a conjunction, so must be placed at the
beginning of the clause. Note the alternative: 'The coat
is new and Is therefore in very good condition.'
2. In the pattern 80 + adjective + If, the adverb so expresses an extreme degree of personal emotion. The pattern is usually used when trying hard to persuade someone to do something. 'I'd be so grateful if you could spare just a moment. ' 'We'd be so pleased if you and your wife could come.'
3. so + adjective/adverb + that clause: 'She was so clever that all the universities wanted her.' 'The pianist played so badly that the audience walked out.' Compare: 'My English is very poor so my wife has to translate everything.'
4. such + alan + adjective + noun + that Compare: 'The weather was so beautiful that ... • (80 + adjective + that)
5. So cannot be used before an adjective which is immediately followed by a noun. Compare: 'The food was so bad that nobody could eat it.' 'Nobody had ever tasted such bad food.'