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    Good job !

    Dear Teachers,

    Could you please let me know the meaning of the two sentences below ?

    1) Good job !
    2) Iím so so .


    Thanks a lot and hope to receive your reply soon.

    Best regards.

    Tuan Nguyen Manh ( Mr).

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    Re: Good job !

    Good job, or (more often) Good job too, are used to show approval:

    'I paid back the oney I owed'
    'Good job too'

    I'm so so = OK-ish, not doing too well, but nothing seriously wrong.

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