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    so much so that

    dear sir, please explain these 1. so much so [that]. please explain and use in a sentence. 2. i am just as happy. what does just as mean here?



    thanks

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    Re: so much so that

    Quote Originally Posted by lalda222 View Post
    dear sir, please explain these 1. so much so [that]. please explain and use in a sentence. 2. i am just as happy. what does just as mean here?



    thanks
    This is the definition:
    to such a great degree. Computer games opened a new world, so much so you wonder what you used to do with your free time. Usage notes: often followed by a clause beginning with that: The path was overgrown with grass, so much so that I could easily have missed it altogether.</SPAN>
    I am just as happy: I am happy with or without this (depending on the context)

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