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I can understand the reason that why South Asia is called South Asia because it lies to the south of Asia. Same goes for South East Asia.

By saying ''Same goes for...'', I mean to say that I can also understand that why South East Asia is called South East Asia.

Does the sentence ''Same goes for...'' serve the purpose of what I am trying to say?
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'Same goes for...'': the same is valid/true for
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"I can understand the reason why South Asia is so-called, because it is the southern part of the Asian continent."
(South Asia is part of the Asian continent, so it can't lie south of it (Asia) - it can (obviously) lie south of North Asia! (lol)
"The same goes for South-East Asia."
(though understand, this is an expression we would use in informal conversation, not in some formal essay or assignment.
(In your last sentence, leave out the "that", so it becomes "...understand why South-East Asia...")
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Terryxpress"I can understand the reason why South Asia is so-called, because it is the southern part of the Asian continent." (South Asia is part of the Asian continent, so it can't lie south of it (Asia) - it can (obviously) lie south of North Asia! (lol) "The same goes for South-East Asia." (though understand, this is an expression we would use in informal conversation, not in some formal essay or assignment. (In your last sentence, leave out the "that", so it becomes "...understand why South-East Asia...")
Hi Terryxpress,

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Thanks a lot for the corrections. In this way I would learn much more than I'm struggling with improving my English. I hope you would always be there to help me out.

Thanks a lot for the corrections. I can learn much more this way than struggling with improving my English on my own. I hope you will always be there to help me out.
(You would use "would" if you had written:
"I had hoped you would always be there to help me out, so you can imagine how sorry I was to hear you will no longer be able to post replies to this forum."
Glad to help.
Thank you, Terryxpress.