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Why do we start sentences with 'so' ?

We use it without thinking, but why do we add 'so' to the beginning of sentences ?


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Comment icon #1 Posted by ouija ouija on 2 May, 2018, 11:50
I notice that I often start sentences with 'so' or 'well'. I don't know why some people get their knickers in a knot about it!
Comment icon #2 Posted by third_eye on 2 May, 2018, 12:10
So its knotty knickers now, well knotted ... ~
Comment icon #3 Posted by freetoroam on 2 May, 2018, 12:50
So there you have it.
Comment icon #4 Posted by StarMountainKid on 2 May, 2018, 15:54
I think so and well used before a spoken sentence is used to get the other person's attention before you make your statement.
Comment icon #5 Posted by ChaosRose on 3 May, 2018, 8:17
Yeah, I think it happens because a lot of people type how they would talk. I do it, too, but I mostly use "well."
Comment icon #6 Posted by Hawkin on 3 May, 2018, 8:28
I wish I had a dollar everytime someone said So or Like...

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