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So, so that, because (p.4)

“So” is paired with a that-clause to create emphasis.  “So,” an adverb, modifies or intensifies an adjective or adverb in the cause-clause. And “that” follows in the effect-clause with a remarkable or extraordinary comment.  (Note: “that” may be omitted, and “very” cannot be used in place of “so.”)

  1. The day was we didn't go inside at all.
  2. Her life is it could be made into a movie.
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