At the end of the day (FOCUS EXPRESSIONS)

‘at the end of the day‘ can be used literally, meaning the time of day, but is also an informal phrase that means:  when everything is taken into consideration.   *It contains the most common 5 part N-gram in English: ‘at the end of the’ iWeb 392146 English Grammar Profile C1 Point 8 in the category …

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1 The word ‘JUST’ is most often a general adverb. (RR) 4 JUST ABOUT The intensifying phrase ‘just about‘ premodifies the determiner ‘every’ in the following sentence: Just about every person came. (RR21) 350827 5  However, ‘JUST’ can also be an adjective. (JJ)