You know, in English, we have a rule:
…such + a/an + adj + countable noun + as… (1)
Ex: She is such a pretty girl as her mother.
This sentence means: She is as pretty a girl as her mother.
So, is the rule (1) is applicable with uncountable noun? For example, can I say:
It isn’t such nice water as it seems.
and can I say that this sentence has the same meaning with:
It isn’t so nice water as it seems.