|Often, adjective comes before a/an and follows the words as, how, so, too, this/that which means "so." It is common in a formal style.|
|Structure: as/how/so/too/this/that + adjective +a/an + noun|
How good a dancer is she?
I have as strong an arm as you.
I couldn't afford that huge a house.
Dan is too skillful a man to pass up for promotion.
It was so cold a day that I didn't want to get out of bed.
|But take note that the structure should always be used with a/an. Without them, it's not possible.|
I like your town - it's so peaceful. (NOT I like your so peaceful town.)
They are too cute to scold. (NOT They are too cute kids