You just eat it like this

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Man: What is it?

Woman: This is a sandwich.

Man: A sandwich?

Woman: Aha. Yes, I’ll show you how to make a sandwich. First, you put butter on the bread.

Man: Butter on the bread.

Woman: Then you put in the cheese.

Man: Put in some cheese.

Woman: Then you put in some tomato.

Man: Put in some tomato.

Woman: This is a cheese and tomato sandwich. Go ahead; try it.

Man: Thank you. Mm, I like cheese and tomato sandwiches.

Man: What’s that?

Woman: Oh, this is an apple.

Man: To make apple sandwiches?

Woman: No, you just eat it like this. Go ahead; try it.

Man: Thank you. Mm, that’s good too.

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you just eat it like this.

What does “just” mean in this sentence?

Does it mean " Merely; only" or does it mean “exactly”?

Thank you

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“Merely” or “simply” could be put in the sentence.

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Thank you so much, Arinker :rose:

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