It is so adjective that

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As a beginner, I have just learned a sentence structure so adjective that, and I want to see is there any problem with this sentence I have made for practice?

It is so easy that an average person becomes a bloody psychotics in such an affluent society like HK.
  • Loob

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    English UK
    I think I understand, GWB.

    Henry~, in a construction like yours we'd say so easy for:

    It is so easy for an average person to become psychotic...

    If you want to practise 'so... that' make the subject of your sentence a thing or a person:

    The man was so fat that he couldn't get through the door.
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