“I'm so glad to finally meet you! I've heard so much about you!”
You're at your friend's birthday party. You've never met his girlfriend, even though they've been together over a year. You tell her how glad you are to finally meet.
I'm so glad to finally meet you! I've heard so much about you!
A lot of English learners say "very ___" when they want to strongly emphasize a description. But in reality, "very" doesn't sound very strong. It sounds more careful and polite.
"So ___" expresses a stronger feeling about something:
Oh my God, this is so good!
You used to sing so beautifully when you were little.
Say "I'm glad to finally meet you" when you first meet someone who you've heard a lot about before. For example, you can say this when you meet a friend of a friend, or one of your spouse's coworkers.
Another way that you can say this is:
It's great to finally meet you.
Say this when you meet someone for the first time who you've heard about before:
Sandy: Josh, this is Azumi.
Josh: Azumi, nice to meet you. I've heard so much about you!
Azumi: Nice to meet you, Josh. Sandy's told me a lot about you as well.