Combine Using So…That | Class 10 Grammar Worksheet

When we combine two sentences using so….that…, we get a complex sentence.

So…that… expresses cause and effect.

1. He worked hard. He achieved great success.

2. He is poor. He cannot afford to buy a home.

3. He ran fast. He caught the train.

4. He was very thirsty. He drank gallons of water.

5. The tea was very hot. It burnt my tongue.

6. He is very foolish. Anybody can cheat him.

7. The problem is very difficult. I cannot solve it.

8. The wall is too high. I cannot jump over it.

9. The famine was very severe. Thousands of people died.

10. He is miserly. He will not donate money.

11. He was very angry. He did not talk to me.

12. He is very ill. He is unlikely to recover.

Answers

1. He worked so hard that he achieved great success.

2. He is so poor that he cannot afford to buy a home.

3. He ran so fast that he caught the train.

4. He was so thirsty that he drank gallons of water.

5. The tea was so hot that it burnt my tongue.

6. He is so foolish that anybody can cheat him.

7. The problem is so difficult that I cannot solve it.

8. The wall is so high that I cannot jump over it.

9. The famine was so severe that thousands of people died.

10. He is so miserly that he will not donate money.

11. He was so angry that he did not talk to me.

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12. He is so ill that he is unlikely to recover.

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