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I can’t come now. I’m just putting the children to bed.
Mr Reynolds is busy just now, but he’ll see you after lunch.
I don’t feel like talking to anyone just at the moment.
Just then a knock at the door interrupted our conversation.
Mahmud was just about to leave when someone called his name.
I was just going to ask you the same question.
Just when you think it’s all over, the trouble starts again.
Mum’s just gone down to the shops.
Andy had just arrived in Australia the day before.
Susan was just telling me about your new job.
I’ve only just started, so I can’t tell you anything yet.
Just last week it was freezing, and now it’s too hot.
The medicine costs just a few pence to produce.
He quit the project after just four months.
There’s a little bookshop just round the corner.
It was just a silly mistake.
We’re just a small business employing 15 staff.
We just wanted to make sure everyone was safe.
In my opinion, the argument is just about money.
No, I don’t want to buy anything. I’m just looking.
The bill came to just £3,552.
William was just five months and eleven days old.
It’s just twenty-three minutes past five.
We left just on the stroke of midnight.
Thank you so much. It was just what I wanted.
It’s just the place for a picnic.
It was just awful seeing her so miserable.
I just can’t believe what’s happened.
Just exactly what do these lines represent?
Now, just calm down and tell me what the trouble is.
Just look at that dress she’s wearing!
The four girls just managed to squeeze into the back of Rick’s car.
We should just get there in time if we hurry.
He did pass his final exam – but only just.
Could I just borrow your pen for a second?