Rewrite using so…that

Rewrite the following sentences using so…that.

Tips

Remove too…to from the sentence.

In the that-clause use will, can, would or could depending upon the context.

Exercise

1. The tourist was too foolish to trust the cabby.

2. The water is too cold for me to drink.

3. The professor was too busy to meet us.

4. She is too proud to beg.

5. The professor spoke too fast for me to understand.

6. The girl was too shy to perform in front of a large audience.

7. The mother is too protective to leave her child alone.

8. My grandmother is too old to walk without support.

9. I am too tired to work out now.

10. She is too determined to give up.

Answers

1. The tourist was so foolish that he trusted the cabby.

2. The water is so cold that I cannot drink it.

3. The professor was so busy that he could not meet us.

4. She is so proud that she will not beg.

5. The professor spoke so fast that I could not understand.

6. The girl was so shy that she could not perform in front of a large audience.

7. The mother is so protective that she will not leave her child alone.

8. My grandmother is so old that she cannot walk without support.

9. I am so tired that I cannot work out now.

10. She is so determined that she will not give up.

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