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14 Jan 2023 — So Much

 

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Flooding from San Francisquito Creek, Palo Alto, 31 Dec 2022

I enjoy so much the rain, but this is too much.

 

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I enjoy so much the rain, but this is too much.

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I so much enjoy the rain, but this is too much.

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I very enjoy the rain, but this is too much.

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I enjoy the rain so much, but this is too much.

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I enjoy rain so much, but this is too much.

 

GLOSSARY

  • so much (adjective phrase, quantifying) – a lot, a large amount of something; the phrase with "so" emphasizes the mass quantity of something, a noncount noun. We've had so much rain;
  • so many – (adjective phrase, quantifying) – a lot, a large number of; the phrase with "so" emphasizes the item quantity of something, a count noun. It has flooded so many homes.
  • so much (adverbial phrase, degree) – a lot, intensely, strongly; the phrase with "so" emphasizes the strength of the action or emotion. It rained so much. I cried so much. See Qualifying Words for Degree.

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  • Neighborhood Flooding from San Francisquito Creek, Palo Alto. 31 Dec. 2022.