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    I just started my job one week ago

    Hello
    Which one is correct?
    I just started my job one week ago
    I've just started my job one week ago
    I just started my job a week ago

    Thanks

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    Re: I just started my job one week ago

    Quote Originally Posted by Over the top View Post
    Hello
    Which one is correct?
    I just started my job one week ago
    I've just started my job one week ago
    I just started my job a week ago

    Thanks
    I wouldn't put "just" and "a/one week ago" in the same sentence. "Just" in this context already means "a short time ago" so you don't need both.

    I've just started a new job.
    I just started my new job.

    I started a new job a week ago.
    I started my new job one week ago.

    If you said "I just started a new job", someone might then ask "Oh really? When did you start/how long ago did you start?" Then you would say "A week ago."

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