than necessary, in excess. Placed before adjectives and adverbs.
in result clauses. The word so is used in conjunction with
Although the word that
can be understood or optional.
She's so cute, (that)
she makes my knees weak.
Warning: so also
can mean to a great extent or evident extent. Which makes it easy to confuse
with too. Example:
She is so emotional. or She is too emotional. They are both correct
and mean the same thing. Intrinsically, the phrase must have a negative
connotation for so and too to mean the same
thing. Example: so intelligent and too intelligent are not at all
in the right amount.