+0
Could someone tell me what they think about this?

1 It made me curious so much Emotion: football that I went snooping around for clues.
2 He took the bend as fast as to induce a skid. /He took the bend fast enough to induce a skid.
3 He took the bend at such as speed as to induce a skid./so as to induce a skid.

thanks
+0
1 It made me so curious that I went snooping around for clues.
2 He took the bend so fast (that) he started to skid. /He took the bend fast enough to start skidding.
Comments  
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
I would say "to snoop around..."
When can you use the phrase "as fast as to"???

Thanks
Never, as far as I'm concerned.
Site Hint: Check out our list of pronunciation videos.
I've heard the structure "as ___ as to" but can it only be used in a neegative statement?

He's as smart as to...
He's not as smart as to...

Thank you