Using the word “so” can be tricky. Turks learning English often ask about this topic because we use the word “so” in SO many different ways!
Watch this video and use the practice exercises below to help you start using “so” like a native English speaker today!
6. Write a sentence using ‘so’ + 1 of the adverb vocabulary words below and share in the comments section. We will respond to let you know if you did it correctly or offer corrections.
7. Write a sentence using ‘so’ + 1 of the adjective vocabulary words below and share in the comments section. We will respond to let you know if you did it correctly or offer corrections.
8. For extra practice, make 10 example sentences using ‘so’ + each of the vocabulary words:
Eagerly, Urgently, Effortlessly, Halfheartedly, Extravagantly
Dedicated, Mischievous, Ambitious, Radiant, Organized
Shadowing Exercise Transcript: Last night’s derby was so intense. I can’t believe that we lost so badly. There was so much hype going into the game, but we just didn’t play well. It was sooooo disappointing. I was so frustrated after the game that I threw my bowl of popcorn.
Response / Challenge Question:
This wasn’t discussed in the video, but we would love your thoughts! Do you think that you can use the word ‘so’ at the beginning of a sentence? If so, give us an example sentence in the comments. If you don’t think you can use ‘so’ at the beginning of a sentence tell us why.