Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "So"

Die Bedeutung von "So" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet so far?
A: From the time I started until now, I have liked my classes. Nothing has made me not like my classes yet - I have liked them from the beginning. Maybe that will change in the future, but for now, things are good. I don't know what the future holds, but up until now, things are good.
Q: Was bedeutet so forth?
A: "And so forth" = et cetera = etc. = along with others things that could go on the list
Q: Was bedeutet so as to?
A: It means "in order to."

Before starting my car, I put on my seatbelt so as to not get a ticket.
Before starting my car, I put on my seatbelt in order to not get a ticket.
Q: Was bedeutet so on ?
A: If you were to have a long list of things, to save time reading the whole list, you can instead list a few of the things and then say "and so on" to indicate the list is longer but you don't want to keep listing things.
Q: Was bedeutet I'm so happy/excited for you!?
A: It means you are happy for someone because something good happened. "You got the job, I'm so happy for you" "You won first place in the contest I'm so excited for you"

Beispielsätze die "So" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit so as not to.
A: I brought my umbrella with me so as not to get wet.
I wore a jacket so as not to get cold
I ate a lot this morning so as not to get hungry through the day
I got off from work early so as not to get stuck in the traffic
I spoke calmly so as not to make him angry.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit so that.
A: He went to university, so that he could follow his dream of becoming a doctor.
She opened the window, so that fresh air would come in.
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit so far.
A: 'So far' means 'up until now'.
"I like the meal so far."
"So far, the computer is working."

A common expression is "So far, so good." It means that something is proceeding well, and will hopefully continue that way. "How is your new job?" "So far, so good!"
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit what so ever.
A: @__RIO__: There was hardly any left whatsoever. Whatsoever = at all
So you can say for example 'nothing matters at all' or 'nothing matters whatsoever'. They mean the same
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit so as to .
A: Take off your shoes so as to not disturb the others.

I park my car in the garage every day so as to keep it from getting hot.

Thinking about it, "so as to" isn't actually a very common expression. It's common, but more "wordy" (fancy). "So that" is an easier expression.
"I park my car in the garage so that it doesn't get hot."
"Take off your shoes so that you don't disturb the others."

Ähnliche Wörter wie "So" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen so und therefore ?
A: @Akiko46598080: The children wanted to play, so they went to the park.
I'd like to return to school to study economics, therefore, I should enroll very soon.

"Therefore" is more formal.
"So" is very informal.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen like und so ?
A: I assume you mean the almost meaningless particles.
Both of these words have other meanings.

"Like" is more of a filler I'd say and can go almost anywhere in a sentence (Only ever use this in spoken English). It can also show that you're not entirely certain about what you're saying, kinda... But it can also show that you do... It's very hard to explain. It is used to buy time if your trying to come up with a word, sorta like "ummm," but in a less uncertain way I guess... Often "like" is followed by "ummm..." to buy additional time.

"What's that thingy called?"
"It's like, ummm... I forget..."

"So" is a transition word. It can be used to begin a sentence that ends an awkward silence. If you're using it between sentences it shows that your may be switching topics("so anyways," is common here, but just "soooo," is fine too. It could also be used to show that you're just struggling to think of what to say.

"Sooo..., like, I just like bought some new boots, and like, they're like made of leather and stuff...." -Stereotypical teenage girl (teenage girls are stereotyped as using "like" very often).

"That's cool... so anyways, what do you want for dinner?"
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen so far und by now ?
A: "So far" is used to describe something as it is currently, but could change in the future.
"So far, I haven't had any trouble (but I may experience some later)."
"We haven't had to use our umbrellas so far (but it might rain later)."

"By now" is a bit more complicated. It is often used to describe something that should have happened, or you were expecting to happen, but might not have happened yet.
"I thought I'd be having trouble by now (but so far, I am okay)."
"The bus should have arrived by now (but it hasn't arrived yet)."

I hope this helps!
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen and so und so that ?
A: 2は正しくないです。

"So that" follows a sentence to give a reason for something.

"I studied all day so that I could pass the test."
"I worked out every day so that I could get in shape."
"I went to Japan so that my Japanese could improve."
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen that's why und so ?
A: "That's why" sounds like somebody had asked a question, and this is the answer:

An asteroid hit the earth and that's why the dinosaurs all became extinct. (Mom, why are there no more dinosaurs?)

He forgot his wallet - that's why I had to lend him $20. (Why did you have to lend him that money?)

"So" also implies that one thing naturally leads to the other. But it doesn't sound like somebody asked a question first.

I got bored halfway through the movie so I left.
He forgot his wallet so I lent him $20.

Übersetzungen von "So"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? 그저 그래는 so so 인가요?
A: 네 맞습니다. 그리고 어떻게 강조하냐에 따라 it's fine이나 it's alright도 부정적으로 쓰일 수 있습니다. 글로는 표현하기 어렵지만 it's fiiiiiine...이나 it's alriiight.. 같이 모음을 길게 끌면은 부정적 의미로 쓰입니다.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? so far away
A: So far away.
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? とても so very
A: First a small correction...

"I studied English for a so long time." ✖️
"I studied English for such a long time." ✔️

Second, >>Is there a way of saying that you never use "so"or "very" because of the difference?<<

Is there a way to say when you use "so" or "very" because of the difference?
Is there a rule for using "so" and "very" in different situations?

No, I'm afraid there is no rule like this but, like I say 「同じ意味ですよ。」、so don't worry about it. 🙂
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? so far
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? 1/2, 3/4, 5/6 and so on
A: 1/2 = one half (haf)
1/3 = one third
1/4 = one fourth
1/5 = one fifth

After 2, it's the same as the ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th...)

3/4 = three fourths
5/6 = five sixths

Andere Fragen zu "So"

Q: "so" 有多少个同义词?
A: So - 所以

I didn’t sleep last night, so I am very tired.

So - 那么、这么

Why is it so expensive?

^ 要是你是beginner,我觉得这些是最重要的,很常用。


So - 这样、如此

Is that so?

Even so...

“How do I do that?”
“Like so.”

So - 也如此、也一樣

The umbrella is wet. So are the boots.


So, what have you been up to?

Q: Bitte zeig mir, wie man no, so ausspricht.
Q: I so like you. klingt das natürlich?
A: It's not unnatural, it's more niche/slang though. For instance:

- Do you like me?
- I SO like you.


- Will you buy that new car?
- I'm SO buying it.

It puts emphasis in casual conversation. It's not a grammatical point or anything.

Edit: Of course, " I like you a lot" is the grammatically correct phrase.
Q: so farと by farの違いは何ですか?
A: 下手な日本語でごめん ;-;

"So far" means "up until now," while "by far" means "definitely" or is used to compare things.
so far = 今まで/従来
"So far, there are no volunteers."

by far = はるかに
"Coke is by far the best soda!"
Q: he's so stick-to-itive. klingt das natürlich?
A: That can work. It means he's so determined or persistent

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