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What is the difference between sort of"sort of" and a little"a little" in spoken English?

Is there any difference between the two following sentences?

1, I’m sort of worried about Jenny.

2, I’m a little worried about Jenny.
  1. I’m sort of worried about Jenny.

  2. I’m a little worried about Jenny.

What I found is 'sort of'sort of is mainly used in spoken English, and a littlea little is not. They both have the meaning to some degree. Are they interchangeable when they both have this meaning in spoken English?

What is the difference between sort of and a little in spoken English?

Is there any difference between the two following sentences?

1, I’m sort of worried about Jenny.

2, I’m a little worried about Jenny.

What I found is 'sort of' is mainly used in spoken English, and a little is not. They both have the meaning to some degree. Are they interchangeable when they both have this meaning in spoken English?

What is the difference between "sort of" and "a little" in spoken English?

Is there any difference between the two following sentences?

  1. I’m sort of worried about Jenny.

  2. I’m a little worried about Jenny.

What I found is sort of is mainly used in spoken English, and a little is not. They both have the meaning to some degree. Are they interchangeable when they both have this meaning in spoken English?

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What is the difference between sort of and a little in spoken English?

Is there any difference between the two following sentences?

1, I’m sort of worried about Jenny.

2, I’m a little worried about Jenny.

What I found is 'sort of' is mainly used in spoken English, and a little is not. They both have the meaning to some degree. Are they interchangeable when they both have this meaning in spoken English?