A result clause expresses the consequence or result of the main clause.
The boy was so good that everyone praised him.
In Latin this sentence would be:
tam bonus puer erat ut omnes eum laudarent.
A result clause is introduced by ut and the verb is in the imperfect subjunctive.
A result clause is preceded by one of the following signpost words:
|tantus, -a, -um
|so big, great
|such, of such a kind
|so much, to such an extent
|in such a way
A negative result uses ut + non/nemo/nullus/etc.
tam stultus puer erat ut nemo eum laudaret.
The boy was so stupid that no one praised him.
Put the correct signpost word to set up the result clause.