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When do we use so and when do we use such ?Am i right what I did by adding so or such or such a(n) to the following:

1) so cold

2) such a cold weather

3) so noisy

4) such a noisy party

5) so much food

6) such a bad food

7) such a little food

8) so slowly

9)such a good time

10) so many times

11) such intelligent

12) such a bad temper
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1) so cold
2) such a cold weather (weather is uncountable, so no article.)

3) so noisy
4) such a noisy party
5) so much food
6) such a bad food (food is uncountable, so no article.)

7) such a little food so little food (opposite of so much food; see 5, above.)

8) so slowly
9)such a good time
10) so many times
11) such intelligent so intelligent (intelligent is an adjective. The noun form is intelligence: such intelligence.)

12) such a bad temper

It might be useful to remember that so goes before a measurement of amount: so many, so few, so much, so little.

CJ
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Looks good,

But I would change something. Wait for other replies ! Emotion: smile

11)so intelligent
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11) Such an intelligent. Emotion: smile
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Thanks indeed for these explannations.I appreciate it much.
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So - is followed by adjective. i.e. I am so tired that I can fall asleep standing up.

I am so hungry.

Such -is followed by noun (preceded by adjective).

John is such a gentlemen that he always opens doors for ladies.

She is such beauty!

Note: Both are usually used with "that".

It's so cold that my toes are numb.

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