How will you use "sort of" in a sentence or in a conversation, give some examples.
Sep 22, 2008 2:38 PM
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What is he like? - Well, he's sort of strange to be honest. Is that a guy a cop? - Sort of, he works for a private security company.
September 22, 2008
Also: You can use it to mean a type of thing; ex. He's the sort of person you can rely on. ex. Dogs are the sort of animal which can feel your emotions. You can also shorten it to "sorta", which means "a little". ex. I'm sorta busy, can I talk to you later? An alternative is "kinda" (short for kind of), very similar meaning. ("I'm kinda busy/I'm sorta busy...")
September 23, 2008
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