“So” in a Sentence (with Audio)

Examples of how to use the word “so” in a sentence. How to connect “so” with other words to make correct English sentences.

so (adv, conj): very, extremely, or to such a degree; used at the beginning of a sentence to connect it with something that has been said or has happened previously

Use “so” in a sentence

This painting is so expensive.
Why are you so pale today?
The park is so peaceful and quiet.
I’m under so much pressure now.
You look so pretty in that dress!.
Why is it so quiet here?
There are so many rules and regulations in this company.
Why are you so rude to your mother?
What makes you so sad?
I have a flexible schedule, so I can meet you at any time.
They haven’t found him yet, so they keep searching.
Don’t be so sensitive.
Why is she so silent?
What makes you so sad?
He was sick, so he couldn’t come.

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