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Nível Avançado › Clearing Customs

  • At the end of this lesson you’ll be able to:

    • Understand the difference between "so" and "such"
    • Understand questions commonly asked at the U.S. Immigration Service

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SO AND SUCH
Dialog: "That's so funny; you're such a comedian."

Both "so" and "such" make the meaning of an adjective or adverb stronger. However, they are used with different structures. Look at the examples below:

FORM: SO + ADJECTIVE  or ADVERB

SUCH + NOUN

SUCH + ADJECTIVE + NOUN

 

1) SO

  • She's been really stressed from working so hard.
  • Not getting a visa is so disappointing
  • The U.S. Customs officer was so rude.
  • They have so much money that they own a private jet.

 

2) SUCH

  • How can you believe such stupid stories?
  • I had such a good time in Spain I didn't want to come back.
  • It was such a shock to see him go.
  • He is such an inventor!

 

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Worried about your next trip to the US? Stay with Ashley and Josh as they give tips on how to clear U.S. Customs without a care.

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