How do you spell "just"?
"Just" is often used as a particle or adverb, it is always written separately, it has several meanings.
- "Just in height";
- "This is just me" (size specification);
- "I just need it today" (exactly what is meant).
The adverb “just” has the words-synonyms: “exactly”, “exactly”, “now”, “immediately”. According to the adverb, you can express the assessment: "not at all heavy, just for me." You can also express the fear: "another word, and just before the fight comes." "Just" can be a particle in the proposal to play the role of a predicate: "The most favorable weather is just for planting tulips when the sun is warm and warm." Now you know how to spell "just" and how it is used in speech.