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Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much. #1 (permalink) Sun Jun 28, 2009 17:48 pm   Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
 

I never heard this before:

Thank you so very much.

But I have heard:

Thank you very much.

Thank you so much.

Is it okay to use two intensifiers - so and very?
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Thank you so very much. #2 (permalink) Sun Jun 28, 2009 18:30 pm   Thank you so very much.
 

Yes.

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Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much. #3 (permalink) Mon Jun 29, 2009 14:09 pm   Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
 

can I say,

I am so very sorry.
You are so very smart.

..Is it correct ???
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Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much. #4 (permalink) Mon Jun 29, 2009 14:44 pm   Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
 

Yes.
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Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much. #5 (permalink) Mon Jun 29, 2009 14:55 pm   Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
 

What is the difference among them?
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Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much. #6 (permalink) Mon Jun 29, 2009 14:57 pm   Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
 

Emphasis.
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Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much. #7 (permalink) Mon Jun 29, 2009 15:00 pm   Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
 

ok I got it, thank you so very much.
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Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much. #8 (permalink) Mon Jun 29, 2009 20:48 pm   Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
 

You are ever so welcome.
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Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much. #9 (permalink) Tue Jun 30, 2009 18:30 pm   Thank you so very much. vs Thank you very much. vs Thank you so much.
 

It would be ironical not to conclude this with --

Thank you so very much.

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