In my schoolbook there are three as ... as grammatical structures introduced:
as + adjective + as
as + adverb + as
as + much/many + noun + as
What bothers me, is the last one. What if I want to say:
He gave as much accurate an answer as he could.
This structure appeared when we were doing CAE, Part 4, and this was the following sentence:
He answered the judge's question as accurately as he could.
He gave ... as he could to the judge's question.
This is the best source I can find (it's from Cambridge), however, it hasn't mentioned this structure and I want to teach it to my CAE students as we have come across it in transformations (as the aforementioned one). Can you help me find a source that explicitly says this is the structure we need to use for the situation?