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I would like to know what does "if so" in this sentense mean

Do you like talking about the weather? If so, you should really try the English test in today's lesson because it contains a lot of useful weather expressions. What's more, Alan has written this test in the form of a real mini-weather forecast.

I guess that mean if you like

Somebody know please explain me.

Thank you
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If it is so -/ If it is true that you like talking about the weather, etc.
mooyongI guess that mean if you like
This is a different idiom, which I don't think is what you mean.
"I can help you across the street, if you like."
mooyongDo you like talking about the weather? If so, you should really try ...
= Do you like talking about the weather? If you like talking about the weather, you should really try ...

Compare:

Are you looking for a good place to eat? If so, try John's Excellent Restaurant on Elm Street.
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Are you looking for a good place to eat? If you are looking for a good place to eat, try John's Excellent Restaurant on Elm Street.

so takes the place of the whole preceding idea.

CJ
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Hi,
I would like to know what does "if so" in this sentense mean

Do you like talking about the weather?
If so, = If you like talking about the weather,
you should really try the English test in today's lesson because it contains a lot of useful weather expressions. What's more, Alan has written this test in the form of a real mini-weather forecast.

I guess that mean if you like

Somebody know please explain me.

Clive
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Nice,good explanation, really i got it immediately ... Thanks Emotion: smile Keep it..