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    living so near my parents…

    (Living so near my parents was a mixed blessing.)
    Can 'so' be used to modify a preposition? I'm a little confused. This is an example sentence in Longman Dictionary.

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    Re: living so near my parents…

    Quote Originally Posted by yuhan View Post
    (Living so near my parents was a mixed blessing.)
    Can 'so' be used to modify a preposition? I'm a little confused. This is an example sentence in Longman Dictionary.
    "near" is not only a preposition. It can also function as an adverb or an adjective.

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