Quantitative Adjectives, A few, So few, A little
Since the sentence structure is positive, if we want to point to more than one object or person, we use the adjective a few.
When we use this adjective, we do not specify the exact amount of what we are pointing out.
- I have got a fewfriends so I will never be alone.
- I have got a fewpencils in order to take notes.
When talking about substances that cannot be counted in quantity, we usually use the adjective a little. When we use this adjective, we make it clear that the object is more than one. But in this case, the number of objects is not important. Instead, the object is used in a wider sense.
- I have got a little money, it is enough to buy this book.
- I have got a little water, I can take these bills.
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The negative state of the adjective we have described above is defined as so few. The overall downside with the sentence structure you have set up is that you should use a few instead of so few. Everything that applies to the above adjective applies to so few.
- There are so fewpeople in the class, so one can talk to each other.
- There are so fewpencils in my bag, so I can not barrow one to you.