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    I liked the dress and told her so.

    I liked the dress and told her so.

    Is this sentence correct? If it’s correct, ‘so’ means ‘I liked the dress’, doesn’t it?

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    Re: I liked the dress and told her so.

    Basically. You change "so" to "that".

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    Re: I liked the dress and told her so.

    Thanks.
    What about the following sentence? Is it correct?
    I didn't like the dress and told her so.

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    #4

    Re: I liked the dress and told her so.

    Yes.

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