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Hi from Turkey,

Look at this question ,please.

1.The range of food forplants is not ........wide ....... the range of food for animals.

a) so/ that b)such / that c) so / as d) both / and e)as / as

The answer key shows that "e" is true answer but what about "c"?

Hi, Mr RD. I deleted the photo. paco
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Does your attachment have any relevance to your question, Redkiddy?
RedkiddyHi from Turkey,

Look at this question ,please.

1.The range of food forplants is not ........wide ....... the range of food for animals.

a) so/ that b)such / that c) so / as d) both / and e)as / as

The answer key shows that "e" is true answer but what about "c"?

Hi Redkiddy,

May I suggest to you, if you really want to ask for English help, keep nonsense out of the forum. Political messages and images won't help your cause.
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Redkiddy1.The range of food for plants is not ........wide ....... the range of food for animals.

a) so/ that b)such / that c) so / as d) both / and e)as / as

The answer key shows that "e" is true answer but what about "c"? I agree with you. C is also correct.

paco
i've never seen so + adjective + as + noun phrase. But so + adjective + as to + infintive. i.e. would you be so kind to tell me the time ?
Welkins2139i've never seen so + adjective + as + noun phrase. But so + adjective + as to + infintive. i.e. would you be so kind to tell me the time ?

Hi Welkins2139,

Your pattern and example sentence don't match, especially the "as to" form.
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Welkins2139
i've never seen so + adjective + as + noun phrase. But so + adjective + as to + infintive. i.e. would you be so kind to tell me the time ?

Hi Welkins2139,

Your pattern and example sentence don't match, especially the "as to" form.

Then I wouldnt pick " c"
Hi everybody,

I apologise for that photo,,BUT accept that it was very funny....Emotion: smileEmotion: smileEmotion: smileEmotion: smileEmotion: smileEmotion: smile

Anyway Thank you for the answer..........
so-as and as-as have the same meaning but you can use as-as in both negative and positive sentences while so-as in only positive sentences
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