Grammar

“Just”

We use “just” in many ways. This exercise focuses on the meaning  “a very short time ago.” 

1.I just saw the latest episode of Game of Thrones.

2.We just bought a new car and we are so excited.

3.He just found out that his wife is pregnant.

4.The client just landed in Florence.

5.She just got to the restaurant.

6.I just called the cable company, they are on their way now.

7.We just finished lunch, now we are heading back to the office.

8.They just updated their software.

9.The shipment just arrived.

10.The director just called asking for a new proposal.

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