just as

just as(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (in the moment)
a. justo cuando
Just as I arrived at the store, they turned on the "closed" sign.Justo cuando llegué a la tienda, iluminarion la señal "cerrado."
2. (in the same way)
a. así como
Just as they are free to believe, I am free to disbelieve.Así como ellos son libres de creer, yo soy libre de no creer.
b. de igual modo que
Just as you're able to get up at 7 am to play soccer, you should also be able to get up at 7 am to go to school.De igual modo que eres capaz de levantarte a las 7 am para ir a jugar a fútbol, también deberías ser capaz de levantarte a las 7 am para ir a la escuela.
3. (comparison)
a. tan
This pizza is just as good as the one we ate last week.Esta pizza es tan deliciosa como la que comimos la semana pasada.
b. igual de
I'm a terrible cook, but my wife is just as bad as I am.Soy un malísimo cocinero, pero mi esposa es igual de mala que yo.
c. así de
¿Te acuerdas de la película malísima que vimos en casa de Lore? Bueno, esta es así de mala.Do you remember that terrible movie we watched at Lore's house? Well, this one is just as bad.
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