Quick Answer: Is It So Fun Or Such Fun?

How do you say so much fun?

other ways to say – so much fun Lets go outside and play.

It’ll be so much fun.

It is fun to watch television.

We can have a lot of fun reading the book together.

We had fun at the carnival.

That is a fun game..

What is a better word than fun?

funamusing.enjoyable.entertaining.lively.pleasant.boisterous.convivial.merry.

How do you use the word fun?

We began to have fun together. I think they are all having fun with Alex. Don’t make fun of dreams. I just thought it would be fun for the man to tell the wife this for once.

Is so proper grammar?

A majority would forgo the use of and so with a comma as an unnecessary doubling of conjunctions. On a similar note, grammar sources concur that writers should not rely on so as an adverb to join ideas that would be better connected with a subordinate clause (one that cannot stand alone in a sentence).

Is fun a describing word?

Modern sources tend to grudgingly accept “fun” as an adjective. For example, Garner’s Modern American Usage says “fun” as an adjective has reached the stage where it “becomes commonplace even among many well-educated people but is still avoided in careful usage.”

What kind of word is such?

Grammar > Easily confused words > Such or so? Such is a determiner; so is an adverb. They often have the same meaning of ‘very’ or ‘to this degree’: Those are such good chocolates.

Which is correct so fun or such fun?

No, ‘fun’ can only be used as an abstract noun, so you are right that you have to say ‘such fun’. There is no adjectival form of fun – you have to some word like ‘amusing’ or ‘jolly’, neither of which is close to the idea of fun.

Is it so fun or so much fun?

Almost any elementary school teacher will tell you, it’s grammatically incorrect to say “as fun” or “so fun.” In these instances, “as” and “so” are adverbs, and “fun” is a noun, and adverbs never modify nouns. The noun “fun” should be modified with the preposition “much,” as in “as much fun” or “so much fun.”

Is very fun correct grammar?

Dictionary say “fun” can be an adjective so it should be ok to say very fun.

What is so much fun?

The phrase “so much fun” means “a lot of fun”.

How do you describe fun?

Fun is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as “Light-hearted pleasure, enjoyment, or amusement; boisterous joviality or merrymaking; entertainment”.

Is fun an adj?

Fun commonly functions as an adjective (“I had a fun time”) and as a noun (“Let’s have some fun”), and somewhat less commonly as a verb (“I’m just funning you”).

Is it such a or such an?

Hi aurabcn! “such” is used when you want to identify a thing. “such a or an” is used for appreciation (for bad or for good). E.g For not listening to his recommandations, your father will say “you are such a stubborn boy!” Same case for noum using “an” instead of “a” like an elephant.

What is the word never?

1 : not ever : at no time I never met her. 2 : not in any degree : not under any condition never the wiser for his experience.

Where do we use such?

We use ‘such’ before a noun or an adjective + a noun. If there is ‘a’ or ‘an’, it goes after ‘such’. She was such a beautiful woman (= she was a very beautiful woman).