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📝 Description
"So-so" is an idiomatic adverb in English, often used as an adjective, which means neither very good nor very bad, average or satisfactory. It originates from the repetition of "so" to indicate indifference or lack of enthusiasm.
📝 Example Sentence
The party was so-so, not spectacular, but it was good to catch up with friends.
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📝 Description
"So" is a versatile English word functioning as an adverb, conjunction, or pronoun. As an adverb, it signifies degree (ex: so tired). As a conjunction, it expresses result or purpose (ex: so that). As a pronoun, it replaces a previously mentioned concept (ex: I think so). The usage context determines its role.
📝 Example Sentence
"So, you had your coffee, read the news, and now you're ready to conquer the day."
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📝 Description
"So" is a versatile English word functioning as an adverb, conjunction, or pronoun. As an adverb, it signifies degree (ex: so tired). As a conjunction, it expresses result or purpose (ex: so that). As a pronoun, it replaces a previously mentioned concept (ex: I think so). The usage context determines its role.
📝 Example Sentence
"So, you had your coffee, read the news, and now you're ready to conquer the day."
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