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Just vs. Still vs. Finish vs. Already - Commonly Confusing English Words
Learn and under stand which word to use.
Just – is used when something happens very very recently
Mary just called 2 minutes ago.
Julie has just arrived a few minutes ago.
Still – is used when the action is not completed
Jeff I am still at work, I did not leave yet.
Joe is still working at the same place for over 20 years.
Finish – is used when something is complete
I finished all my dinner, now I am going to take a walk.
The girls finished all their homework; now they can go and play.
Already – is used for action that been completed sooner then you expected
The girls already did there homework; before I got home.
Mom, your are home already?