There is a colloquial way to say "so" in Spanish.
Learn about "conque" in Spanish
In colloquial Spanish, we use the conjunction conque to introduce a sentence expressing a consequence. Have a look at these examples:
Although conque can be followed by different tenses, it is quite common to find a verb in the imperative form to introduce an order.
Conque is used more colloquially than other conjunctions with the same meaning such as "así que", "por lo tanto" or "por consiguiente".
Sometimes we use conque at the beginning of an interrogative or exclamative sentence expressing surprise; in this case, it simply means "So":
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