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i just made it

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"I just made it" is a phrase in English, often used to express that someone has completed a task or achieved a goal recently. It can also convey narrowly achieving something, such as arriving on time. "Just" implies immediacy, "made" signifies accomplishment, and "it" is the object or goal in question.
📝 Example Sentence
"Guys, after a long struggle, I just made it to the gym!"
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📝 Description
"I" is a pronoun used in English language. It's first person singular, used by a speaker to refer to themselves. "I" is always capitalized, regardless of its position in a sentence. It can be a subject, an object, or a complement in a sentence. It's also used in reflexive form as "myself".
📝 Example Sentence
"I enjoy reading books and walking in the park during autumn."
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📝 Description
"Just" is an adverb in English language. It can mean "a moment ago" (I just finished my dinner), "only" (I just want a coffee), "exactly" (It's just what I need), or "fair/equitable" (A just decision). Additionally, it can be used for emphasis (It's just amazing).
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"Just as the sun was setting, I realized that the keys were still in the office."
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