Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Just"

He just arrived.
I'm just looking.
It's just a cold.
He's just arrived.
He had just arrived.
The train just left.
I'm just watching TV.
Give me just a little.
Just don't forget this.
I have just eaten lunch.
I just want you to come.
I'm just looking around.
Mary has just come home.
I've just finished lunch.
It was just as I thought.
We're just like brothers.
Let me say this just once.
I am just going for a walk.
I was just taking a shower.
It's just your imagination.
She has just turned twelve.
She has just turned twenty.
He just returned from abroad.
I just don't know what to say.
He's just like his grandfather.
I just want someone to talk to.
Just seeing it made me nervous.
You look just like your mother.
He lives just around the corner.
I just wanted to check my email.
I'll forgive you just this once.
I have just finished my homework.
I just dropped in to say goodbye.
I'm just a regular office worker.
They moved in just the other day.
We've just spent two weeks apart.
I have just finished eating lunch.
I have just washed all the dishes.
She wants him to be just a friend.
He came in just as I was going out.
I can't think of his name just now.
My house is just across the street.
The boss just chewed him out again.
I have just been to the post office.
This just might come in handy someday.
I feed my dog just before I eat dinner.
I'll show you the car I've just bought.
She argues just for the sake of arguing.
I always get nervous just before a match.
I'll just go for a walk to clear my head.
Could you please repeat what you just said?
He was just on the verge of going to sleep.
You'd better not swim if you've just eaten.
I just can't stand this hot weather anymore.
I just want to talk with you a little while.
My parents have just arrived at the station.
I've just been to the airport to see her off.
I just asked because I thought you would know.
I don't need your money. I just need your time.
I hear he's just begun looking for another job.
Can eating just vegetables help you lose weight?
Just because he's rich, doesn't mean he's happy.
That kind of thing can't be found just anywhere.
We were just about to leave when she telephoned.
I arrived at the bus stop just after the bus left.
I got to the bus stop just after the bus had left.
I just got up. Give me a few minutes to get ready.
I had just finished my homework when Ted phoned me.
I can't figure out how to delete what I just posted.
If there's anything else you need, just let me know.
He caught the first train and got there just in time.
I just want to let you know that I won't let you down.
Just because he's wise, doesn't mean that he's honest.
Today I just feel like staying at home and doing nothing.
I couldn't understand the announcement that was just made.
How could you just walk out the door without saying goodbye?
He went to the store at the last minute, just before it closed.
I just want to let you know that I'll be late tomorrow morning.
With Christmas just around the corner, I should do some shopping.
I told the children to be quiet, but they just kept on being noisy.
How many times do I have to tell you not to eat candy just before dinner?
I just want to let you know that I can't attend this afternoon's meeting.
I know you've been waiting a long time, but could you wait just a little bit longer?
She spends a pretty good chunk of time just sitting there and looking out the window.
I don't need to sound like a native speaker, I just want to be able to speak fluently.
It's not right for you to do something bad just because someone else has done something bad.
I don't think it makes him a bad person just because he's decided he likes to eat horse meat.
I just want to let you know that I think you're the most beautiful woman that I've ever seen.
Just saying you don't like fish because of the bones is not really a good reason for not liking fish.
I don't think it's necessary for me to sound like a native speaker, I just want to be able to speak fluently.


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