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Running, walking, playing tennis, or working in your garden are just some of the activities you might try.

Hi,
Does "just" in the above refer to "only" or "exactly?" Thanks.
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AngliholicDoes "just" in the above refer to "only" or "exactly?"
It means "only". (only some = there are others)
(Strictly speaking, just doesn't 'refer'. Words don't refer to other words. Words refer to entities in the real world.)
CJ
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AngliholicDoes "just" in the above refer to "only" or "exactly?"
It means "only". (only some = there are others)

(Strictly speaking, just doesn't 'refer'. Words don't refer to other words. Words refer to entities in the real world.)

CJ

Thanks, Jim.
To make sure, do you mean I should say "just" means "only?"
Angliholicdo you mean I should say "just" means "only?
Exactly! Emotion: smile
CJ