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So tired (not 'much tired') #1 (permalink) Mon Jan 11, 2010 8:12 am   So tired (not 'much tired')
 

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ESL/EFL Test #787 "Grammar Crunch (1)", question 2

He was ......... tired and he went to sleep right away.

(a) such
(b) so
(c) many
(d) much

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #787 "Grammar Crunch (1)", answer 2

He was so tired and he went to sleep right away.

Correct answer: (b) so

Your answer was: incorrect
He was much tired and he went to sleep right away.
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My chosen answer was much .
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So tired (not 'much tired') #2 (permalink) Mon Jan 11, 2010 9:11 am   So tired (not 'much tired')
 

Wrong choice.
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So tired (not 'much tired') #3 (permalink) Mon Jan 11, 2010 23:36 pm   So tired (not 'much tired')
 

In this choice "b" is no doubt.

But If we had "too", what would we choose "too" or "so" and why?
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So tired (not 'much tired') #4 (permalink) Mon Jan 11, 2010 23:41 pm   So tired (not 'much tired')
 

You wouldn't, and that's why 'too' is not offered as a choice.
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