The house is so beautiful.
Don't be so stupid!
I didn't know she had so many children!
Thank you so much for all your help.
I've never seen so many people in one place before!
I'm so tired (that) I could sleep in this chair!
Thank you so much for [your] help! (Key English Test; A2; Portuguese)
"I hope they'll get here on time." "I hope so too."
"Do you think he's upset?" "I don't think so."
James is coming tonight, or so he said.
I've just watched the Rugby World Cup final with my dad. Did you watch it? I hope so, because it was just fantastic. (Key English Test; A2; Spanish)
She plays a lot of tennis and squash and so on.
I like watching television, playing [on] the computer, reading book[s] and so on. (Key English Test; A2; Chinese)
"We saw the new Star Trek movie last night." "Oh, so did we."
My eyes went watery and so did hers but then we laughed at each other. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Korean)
So far only seven people have entered the race.
So far I like it here very much. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Croatian)
"How many people were at the party?" "Fifty or so, I guess."
Well you told me about your situation and after thinking a lot, I thought you should go with them for a week or so, and then just take a plane and come to Barcelona to visit me. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Catalan)
It might rain this afternoon. If so, we'll have to have the party indoors.
I hope you are interested, and if so, I'll see you next summer. (First Certificate in English; B2; French)
I always keep fruit in the fridge so as to keep insects off it.
I would be interested in having skiing lessons too so as to improve my level w[h]ich I consider is not very high. (First Certificate in English; B2; Catalan)
They want to build a completely new school, but to do so would cost far too much.
I would strongly advise you against taking out a loan of this size. To do so would be a great risk to your business.
It is generally believed that if [a] better education is provided, children are better prepared for adult life. To do so, money is essential. (International English Language Testing System; C1; Japanese)
Car prices have gone down a lot, but even so, we couldn't afford to buy one.
I'm sure many of [these things] happened due to bad luck, but even so, there are some arrangements that, I bel[ie]ve, can easily be improved. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Swedish)
"The computer crashed again." "So much for modern technology."
Well, so much for my virtues since I can't keep my big mouth shut. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Portuguese)
There's only so much help you can give someone.
The effects of a longer life span have many side ef[f]ects such as an increase in the world's population and, since there is only so much food, m[any] more people are st[ar]ving to death. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Spanish)
He went in very quietly so as not to wake the baby.
Secondly, I think we should plan some other kind of activities in case of bad weather and we should have more than one bus with us so as not to waste time in case it breaks down. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Spanish)
He's lazy? I told you so, didn't I?
See, I told you so", Azman said with a grin. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Chinese)
You meet some really interesting people every once in a while.
He went into town every so often to buy supplies.
And likewise, common sense tells us it doesn't matter that oranges from Spain contain 0.01% more vitamin C than those from Florid[a], as long as we eat them every once in a while. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Dutch)
It's the first time I've done any decorating, but so far, so good.
So far, so good, only no one told us they held this point of view before the actual christening took place. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Greek)
I do have a blog, so yes, I am a writer, so to speak.
Maintaining a good working relationship with your colleagues is one of the critical factors in keeping the company you work for afloat, so to speak. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Polish)
I was tired so I went to bed.
Greg had some money so he bought a bike.
My knee started hurting so I stopped running.
I was lost so I bought a street map.
I'm going to change my school, so I have to sell all my books. (Key English Test; A2; Italian)
So, there I was standing at the edge of the road . . .
So, just to finish what I was saying earlier . . .
So, who do you think is going to win the election?
So, what time do you want to leave?
So that's the plan.
So we leave on the Thursday and get back the next Tuesday, is that right?
I remember you said that you want to help me. So, can you buy the items for me and then I['ll] pay you? (Key English Test; A2; Portuguese)
He put his glasses on so that he could see the television better.
I deliberately didn't have lunch so (that) I would be hungry tonight.
Leave the keys out so (that) I remember to take them with me.
Could you please give me some extra exercises so that I can cover the work I missed? (Preliminary English Test; B1; Portuguese)