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Typical Adjective Intensifiers - Part 1

This article is about use of intensifiers: such,so, that, too, enough, pretty, as..as and also adjectives which are used as iintensifiers. Such/So ‘such’ unlike ‘so’ is not an intensifier (adverb) but a determiner (more like an adjective) which is used to emphasise a noun or noun phrase. ‘so’ as an adverb is however used only to intensify a predicate adjective.

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