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Hi, I would like to ask the meaning of these two expressions: JUST SO MUCH AND MUCH THE SAME.
I´ve found these sentences: There´s just so much to read ( Does it mean: There´s a lot of books to read) - There's Just So Much To Remember
And: -then all external applause is just so much fluff. -because there is just so much stuff going on ...(there is only worthless speech around...?- )
Just so much hot air (muchisimo aire caliente, debido al calentamiento de la atmosfera, o solamente aire caliente?).
And the other: Much the same functions an adjective: similar?
Heart Attack Risk Factors Are Much the Same, Wherever You Are (family history made hardly any difference to the overall PAR )- Just in your last sense, you gave pretty much the same answer that Judge Roberts did.
Well, thank you.
In your sentences, much is an adjective.
Substitute little to see how it helps to define the amount.