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    #1

    just as

    Hi,

    1- Just as London, New York has been suffering from traffic these days.

    2- Just as my father, I also like skiing.

    I have been a little confused between using 'just as' and 'just like', and I think we must use 'just like' instead of 'just as' in these examples. Am I right?

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: just as

    Yes, you need to use "just like" in these sentence.

    Unless you add a verb. Just as my father does, I also like skiing.

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