“Such that” is similar to “so.” It expresses a quality that is large or small in amount. It’s used with adjectives that come before nouns.
1. That house is such a scary place that no one wants to go inside it.
2. New York City is such a big place that it’s easy to get lost.
3. The Statue of Liberty is such a famous landmark that everyone knows where it is and what it represents.
4. They’re such big fans of the team that they never miss a game.
5. Bears are such powerful animals that they can kill you with one swing of an arm.
Note: It’s not always necessary to use “that” with such, but it often is.
The meetings became such a big waste of time that everyone stopped going to them.
The meetings become such a big waste of time, everyone stopped going to them.