So (sentence)?

Start a sentence with "So..." when you want to re-state or summarize what someone said:

So you're saying that this one is cheaper, but that one's a better long-term value?

You can also use it when you want to point out the effects that something will have, like in this example:

A: I'm so sleepy. I'm going to bed now.

B: So you're not going to help me clean up?

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