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Welcome to your How to Use “So”

1. You can use ‘so’ when you mean that something is ‘very, very.’
2. "So" is only used with adverbs (ex: badly, sadly, sweetly), but not adjectives  (beautiful, awful, careful).
3. This is an example sentence using ‘so’ + ‘that’. Fill in the blanks!  
 He is late ___ ________ _____ it makes me think he doesn’t care about his job.
4. Fill in the blank with ‘so’ + an adjective: 
I felt ___ _________ about the meeting with our clients last week, that I expected to hear back from them by now.
5. Choose the correct sentence.