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Unread Apr 8th, 2013, 12:48 am
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Default Re: so vs very

Hi Fiona,

Many thanks for your kind and helpful answer. I often hear they say I'm so glad... or I'm so sorry... on TV like the following examples:

1.I'm so glad you could come!

2. I'm so sorry for making such a mistake.

Does 'so' here in 1 and 2 imply a result that is not said or anything else except emphasis?
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