|Conjunction is the word which links words, phrases and sentences. It is an invariable element of English grammar. It is a word used to coordinate words in the same clauses. It makes a link between words or group of words.
so…that is a known as a very commonly used Conjunction. Clauses are systematically combined by using so…that. It shows a cause and effect relationship in a single sentence.
- Adjectives and adverbs always present between so…that.
- Used to show that something happened at extreme level.
- Results or consequences are always presented after that.
- Qualities and feelings are better emphasized.
- The reason of result is described directly.
- Negative forms of verbs are generally used after that.
- It follows the format “so + adjective/adverb + that + result”
My grandfather is so weak that he can’t walk properly.
Players were so tired that they couldn’t participate in party.
Mark is so talent that he will not ask any query.
Lisa read so rapidly that we could not listen properly.
The story was so interesting that everyone enjoyed it.
Steven drove so fast that no one will travel with him again.
The bag is so heavy that I cannot lift it easily.
The car sounds so loudly that we do not wish to travel again.
He was so stupid that no one was sitting near him.
The question is so difficult that students cannot answer it properly.
too…to is a also known as a very commonly used Conjunction. Clauses are systematically combined by using too…to. It shows an undesirable excess in a single sentence.
- Means more than necessary.
- Adjectives and adverbs always present between too…to.
- shows undesirable excess.
- generally shows negative meanings.
- generally used in ‘Simple Present’ and ‘Simple Past’
- It follows the format “too + adjective/adverb + infinitive”
The tea is too hot to drink.
The dress is too uncomfortable for her to wear.
Smith is too brilliant to design a website.
The problem was too difficult for me to solve.
The weather is too bad to start the match now.
Stephen ran too fast to catch the thief.
Angela is too shy to perform on the stage.
My brother was too late to catch the flight.
We arrived too late to attend the wedding ceremony.
My grandmother is too old to climb the steps.
Types of NOUNS
Types of PRONOUNS
Types of ADJECTIVES
Types OF VERBS
EXCLAMATORY / ASSERTIVE
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