Too and Enough :
Too and Enough are used with adjectives and indicate degree. Here we have provide you the different usages of Too and Enough, So and Such.
A. Too means ‘more is necessary or desirable.’
1. To + adjective / adverb
Ex: This jumper’s too big. Can I try a smaller size?
2. Too much / Too many (+ noun)
Ex: I can’t eat this. There is too much salt in it.
Ex: There are too many people here. Let’s go outside.
3. Too + adverb / adjective (+ for + object) + infinitive
Ex: It’s too cold to play tennis today.
Ex: He spoke too quickly for me to understand him.
B. Enough means ‘as much as is necessary’
1. Adjective / Adverb + enough
Ex: Are you warm enough or shall I turn the heating on?
2. Enough + noun
Ex: We’ll have to stand because there aren’t enough chairs.
3. Enough (+ for + object) + infinitive with to
Ex: I haven’t got enough time to see you today.
So and such
These ‘intensifiers’ are used to give emphasis.
A. So is used before:
1. adjectives and adverbs without nouns.
Ex: I’m so tired. I’ll have to go to bed.
2. much, many, little, few
Ex: You shouldn’t eat so much, Jack.
B. Such is used with or without an adjective before:
1. singular countable nouns ( the indefinite article a/an is also needed).
Ex: She’s got such a wonderful voice.
2. uncountable nouns and plural countable nouns (the article is not needed).
Ex: Our neighbors are such friendly people.
C. So and such can both be used with a that clause to talk about the results or consequences.
Ex: It was such a boring place that we decided to leave.
Ex: It was raining so hard we had to stop the car.
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