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Hi, Ahmed towab,

While "so good a man" can be used as a standalone complement, without a comparative or resultative structure after it, "as good a man" will tend to require a comparative clause after it:

- He became so good a man. (More usual: He became such a good man.)

- He became so good a man that everyone started to like him. (More usual: He became such a good man that ...)

- He became as good a man as everyone expected.

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