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    Using JUST in a sentence...

    I know that JUST is an adverb of time and can be used in many different ways...

    What I wish to know is if there is a specific rule for the placement of the word JUST in a sentence...
    Any links to references etc are greatly appreciated!! I am going to continue my search but I hope that someone here can help!
    THANKS!!

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    Re: Using JUST in a sentence...

    Quote Originally Posted by swedish meatball View Post
    I know that JUST is an adverb of time and can be used in many different ways...
    "Just" is not always an adverb of time.
    He just passed the exam. (degree)
    I'm just thrilled! (manner)
    It's just a stone's throw away (distance)

    What I wish to know is if there is a specific rule for the placement of the word JUST in a sentence...
    Any links to references etc are greatly appreciated!! I am going to continue my search but I hope that someone here can help!
    THANKS!!

    I'm not sure. Tell us what the result of your search is.

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