since 1997, the world's premier FREE website for learners + teachers of English
Get EnglishClub Progress! FREE

just now (2)

This page is about the collocation just now (2)

collocation pattern: adverb + adverb

Meaning

a moment ago, or a very short time ago

For example

  • I spoke to her just now and she sounded fine.

  • Sorry if I said the wrong thing just now. I didn't mean to.

Quick Quiz

If someone says, "What did you say just now?", you should

a. repeat what they've just said

b. repeat what you've just said

c. repeat everything you've said

Contributor: Matt Errey