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What does “so take it” mean in this dialogue?

Teacher: Don't interrupt. Who's teaching in this class, you or me? Student: You are. You are the Teacher, so take it. Teacher: Thank you. Does it mean "so continue" or " so do it" ...
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He is fierce, as were warriors (so)

Is the so in this example incorrect or superfluous? I was thinking about the example of so with do: He asked me to send him money; I did (so). I wondered whether so could be used similarly in my ...
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so that… usage

1) You must carry on so that you will succeed 2)You must carry on so that you may succeed 3)You must carry on so that you can succeed My grammar book is saying that sentence1 is wrong and ...
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So I heard/ I heard so

A: The Council has given planning permission for another shopping centre in the city. B: So I read in the paper. Can I use "I read so in the paper" or "I read in the paper so" in the place of ...
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The duality … so that [SV]

Am I right to think that the next sentence has a duality in meaning? I got here early so that we could have a few minutes along together. (M. Swan, Practical English Usage, §583.7) Could we ...
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Use of the word 'so'

I am confused about using the word 'so'. Here is an example. I had a fever so I did not go to work. Question is, in the above sentence, do I really need a comma before 'so'?