Saturday, July 7, 2012

Using So

            So suggests a purpose- the second element is needed because of the first. So is used when one thing is a result of another. And also, so is used to show a result of effect (Robinson and Penner, 2005). Examples:
1.      He made a lot of mistakes, so he had to do the assignment again.
2.      She was so tired that she went to bed at 8 o’clock.
3.      He was curious, so he paid no heed to the warnings.
4.      My daddy was very tired, so he went to bed earlier.
5.      Uncle Kevin is coming to visit, so I have to get home early
6.      Andrew lives across the street, so we go to the same school

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