What Are Their Main Differences?
Nouns That Can Follow Them
is followed by plural countable or uncountable nouns.
- 'Such a':
is followed by singular countable nouns.
The little girl is
I have never seen
a terrible .')
- 'Such' and 'such a':
I have been in
We have had
I myself love to have
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