so (adjective/adverb)

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.

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