So and Such ESL Worksheets, Games and Activities

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ESL So and Such Game - Reading, Listening and Speaking Activity - Elementary (A1-A2) - 25 minutes

In this free so and such activity, students play a card game where they complete sentences with so and such. Give each group of four a set of noun cards and adjective cards. The students shuffle the cards and deal them out so each group member has four noun cards and one 'so' wild card, and four adjective cards and one 'such' wild card. Students then take it in turns to read one of their noun cards to the group, completing the 'so' sentence with a suitable adjective, e.g. 'This TV show is so good'. The other students then look at the adjective cards in their hand and each respond, completing the 'such' sentence with an appropriate adjective and noun, e.g. 'This is such an interesting TV show'. After listening to all the possible sentences, the student who read the noun card chooses the most suitable response, in their opinion. The two used cards are then removed from the game. The group members whose card was not chosen keep their card. The game also contains wild cards. These cards can be used by a student at any point in the game to make a so or such sentence of their choice. For example, the wild card could be used when a student is unable to make an appropriate such sentence from the choice of adjective cards in their hand. The first student to get rid of all their adjective cards wins the game.
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So and Such

ESL So and Such Worksheet - Reading and Writing Activity - Pre-intermediate (A2) - 30 minutes

In this printable so such worksheet, students learn and practice how to use 'so' and 'such'. Give each student a copy of the two-page worksheet. Students begin by reading a conversation and underlining all the examples of so and such. Next, students write the grammar rules for 'so' and 'such' by looking at the examples in the conversation. Students then put words in the correct order to make sentences with so and such. After that, students do a gap-fill exercise where they complete sentences with so or such. In the last exercise, students rewrite sentences, replacing so with such, or vice versa.
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Interactive Version - In this so and such interactive worksheet, students complete a range of exercises to learn how to use 'so' and 'such'.

 

So and Such Practice

ESL So and Such Worksheet - Reading and Writing Activity - Pre-intermediate (A2) - 25 minutes

In this so and such exercises PDF, students learn how to use 'so' before an adjective and 'such' before an adjective-noun combination. Give each student a copy of the two-page worksheet. Students begin by finding 10 adjectives and 10 nouns in a word search and writing them in corresponding columns. Students then pair the adjectives and nouns together appropriately. After that, students complete sentences using the adjective and noun pairs. In the last exercise, students create one sentence with 'so' and one sentence with 'such' using other adjective and noun pairs.
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So and Such Game

ESL So and Such Game - Reading, Listening and Speaking Activity - Intermediate (A2-B1) - 30 minutes

In this engaging so and such activity, students transform sentences using 'so' into sentences using 'such' and vice versa. Give each group of three or four a set of cards. Have the students shuffle the cards and place them face down in a pile on the desk. One student begins by picking up a card and reading the sentence at the top of the card to the student on their right. That student recreates the sentence by replacing 'so' with 'such', or vice versa. For example, if a student read 'It's such an interesting book, I love it.' The other student would say 'The book is so interesting, I love it'. The correct answer is shown for the student at the bottom of the card. If the student is able to transform the sentence successfully, they keep the card. If not, the next student to the right can answer and try to steal the card and so on. If no one is able to give the correct answer, the student places the card back at the bottom of the pile. The next student then picks up a card and the game continues. The student with the most cards at the end of the game wins.
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