: so - such a - so many - so much Revision
: why don't we…? - Notes
:be + so + adjective
be + such a/an + adjective + noun
- The garden was so beautiful.
- The food was so bad that we won't go to that restaurant again.
such + adjective + plural or uncountable noun
- It was such a beautiful garden.
- This is such an easy test.
- We had such lovely weather on our holiday.
so many + plural, countable nouns
- He tells such terrible jokes no one ever laughs.
- The house had so many rooms I kept getting lost.
so much + uncountable nouns
- She has so many friends I can't remember all their names.
Vocabulary countryside / country
- There was so much rain the town was flooded.
- He had so much luggage he had to pay the airline extra.
- (uncountrable noun) rural land and scenery outside towns and cities, i.e.- There's a lot of countryside where she lives.
- Let's go out in the country this weekend. Lets get out of town and visit the countryside.glad
- pleased, delighted, i.e.
- I'm glad you got the job.
- She's very glad she's found a nice flat.
- I'm glad you had such a good holiday.
- quiet, calm, i.e.- The countryside was very peaceful. pollution
- damaging substances or chemicals in soil, air or water, i.e.- The air pollution in the city is now so bad.traffic
- (uncountable noun) vehicles on public roads, i.e.- There wasn't much traffic on the roads so we got there quickly.(a/the) village
- a small community in a rural area