Can I say "I'm very so sorry."?
No, this is an exaggerated form of an apology and the "so" must go before the "very." The only way to use this expression is to say "I'm so very sorry." In other cases where you wish to use "so" and "very" together, the "so" goes first as well. Ex: I'm so very sorry for accidentally hitting your car. Ex: I'm so very sorry for coming late.
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