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Difference Among So , Too And Very

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Created Date: Sat 06 Aug 2011

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What are the differences among "So", "Too" and "Very"? When and where should I use one instead of the others?

 

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So: normally appears with that Very: extremely but manageable: She is very heavy. => you can use this in your IELTS Writing or for formal situations.
Too: excessively extreme and unmanageable: She is too heavy to ride a scooter => The same as "So". It should not be used in formal English.
For Example:
Your writing is very good!
His essay was so bad that he failed the subject.
She is so beautiful. => this use is considered casual English, it is useful in conversation, but you should avoid using it in your IELTS Writing Tasks.


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