So vs Such Exercise

Multiple Choice Exercise to practise the difference between SO & SUCH

USE SO: before an adjective to make it stronger.  Example:  The movie was so good.

USE SUCH: before a noun to make the phrase stronger.  Example:  It’s such a good movie.

PRACTICE EXERCISE SO or SUCH (A2 / Pre-Intermediate Level)

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SO OR SUCH EXERCISE

USE THIS EXERCISE TO TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF SO AND SUCH

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IT WAS _____ A HOT DAY TODAY!

2 / 9

IT WAS ___ HOT TODAY!

3 / 9

THE FILM WAS ______ GOOD.

4 / 9

I DIDN'T KNOW YOU WERE ____ GOOD AT COOKING!

5 / 9

SHE'S GOT _____ A BEAUTIFUL SMILE.

6 / 9

I DIDN'T KNOW YOU WERE _____ A GOOD COOK!

7 / 9

IT WAS ______ A BIG DINNER, I COULDN'T EAT ALL OF IT.

8 / 9

IT WAS ________ A GOOD FILM!

9 / 9

THE DINNER WAS ____ BIG, I COULDN'T EAT IT ALL.

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