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    Posted by Pepe (U15605842) on Friday, 15th February 2013

    Dear teacher and friends!

    How can I use 'so far and so far as' in English writing. I have seen sometimes the term has been used -so far- in the end of sentence and so far as in the initial.

    see you soon.
    Bye
    Pepe

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    Posted by OldRover_KE (U10528653) on Saturday, 16th February 2013

    'We are hoping to visit every country in Europe. We have been to eight of them so far' ('so far' means 'up to now'' and can also be placed at the beginning of the sentence).

    'So far as' is like 'as far as'. They mean the same — 'the last I heard' — and can be placed either at the end or beginning of the sentence.

    'So far as I know, she has only two grandchildren.'

    'He lives in France, so far as I know.'

    Rover

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    Posted by Pepe (U15605842) on Saturday, 16th February 2013

    Dear Rover!

    I am in cloud nine receiving your tremendous reply with clear examples. Thank you vey much in deed,

    Pepe

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