He is so trendy!
In English, we use the connectors ‘so’ and ‘such’ to specify a certain amount, much like ‘too’ and ‘enough.’
Let’s note that ‘so’ is used with adjectives:
He is so good that he could be professional.
He plays so well that he could play in the National team, too.
These trainers are so expensive that I can’t afford them.
There is so much noise here.
In the following examples, “so” indicates a quantity:
There are so many players that I couldn’t choose.
The sports center is so big that you need at least three hours to look around.
Note: “So” can also be used in place of “very,” but “so” is more emphatic.
Notice that “such” is used with nouns:
He is such a good player that he could be a professional.
He always wears such fashionable clothes that everyone admires him.
The new sports shop was opened yesterday. It has such a wide range of sporting equipment.
It was such an exciting race that I forgot to call.