+0
1.) There isn't going to be any chair.
2.) There aren't going to be any chairs.

Are they both right?

1.) I might find some redeeming quality in her.
2.) I might find some redeeming qualities in her.

Are they right as well?

She loves to wear that shoes so much that when we took it off, she cried.

Run on? Wrong?

She loves to wear that shoes so much so when we took it off, she cried.

Help please.
+0
Anonymous1.) There isn't going to be any chair.
2.) There aren't going to be any chairs.

1.) I might find some redeeming quality in her.
2.) I might find some redeeming qualities in her.

She loves to wear that shoes so much that when we took it off, she cried.
She loves to wear that shoes so much so when we took it off, she cried.
The only problem is with the "shoes" sentences: you must say "those shoes," and "when we took them off."

You may not omit the "that."
Repeating the "so" in the second version is not idiomatic.

The double "so" is usually used in answering a question:
Did you enjoy the movie? (reply) So much so that I immediately bought another ticket and watched it again!
In other words, the second "so" refers back to a previous statement.
Comments  
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Thanks, but you didn't check my other sentences.

Emotion: big smile
Anonymousyou didn't check my other sentences.
Sorry about that.
When I say "The only problem is with the shoes sentences," I mean the others are okay.

If I said, "The only problem with the shoes sentences is that you need to use plural pronouns," then you might wonder about the other sentences.
I agree that it can be confusing.

- A.