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Hi
I was writing a new entry for my blog, when i needed to write something like this: "She 's been always a self-possessed person and so .." i was about to say the same statement is also true about the guy. so i though of a sentence like: "and so has been the guy" but i wasn't sure hence i just continued "just like the guy". Would anyone tell me about the correct way of using "... so..." in this situation.
Many thanks
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The sentence currently reads: "She's been always very self-possessed, Just like the guy". My intention is using the word "So" to say a first statement is also true for the second person as well. Something like: "She's been always very self-possessed so has been the guy". But i'm not quite sure if the part after "So" is correct grammaticality.
It is OK, but I think it needs a little tweaking:

She's been always very self-possessed, and so has the guy.