Student or Learner
I get confused by "as " as a relative pron and "as" as conjuction of method. Please read the following sentences:
1. He is absent, as is often the case. According to my grammar book this is a relative pron. "as" is the predicate.
2. She is unusually tall as are both her parents. According to my grammar book this is conjunction of method. I think ''as'' is also a predicate here.
And I don't understand "just as " . Does it mean when ''as'' is used as a conjuction it can be used with "just". It can also be used without 'just'? For example in my second sentence can I add ''just'' in front of ''as''?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.