Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceHome Schooling · 2 months ago

A: I just walk over here and pick up this book.   What does exactly "just" and "walk over here" mean here?

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  • 2 months ago
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    In this use, "just" is a synonym for "simply" or "merely," suggesting the act had little significance.

    "Walk over here" means literally to walk to a place the writer is calling "here," assuming you understand where it is (the place where the book is, probably).

    So it could have been written as, I simply walk to the place the book is and pick it up.

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