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Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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Gabriella - EnglishClass101.com
Friday at 3:21 pm
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Dear Haitham,

"It's just as well" means that something happened for a reason and had a good outcome. It also means "It is good that..." To give you an example, if you said "It rained all day. It's just as well I already had plans to stay indoors." it means that it is good that you you stayed in all day as if you had not, you would be out in the rain (so out of the 2 possibilities, you experienced the best one).

The phrase "You might as well" indicates it is probably better to do something than not to do it.

"You might as well start" means there is no reason not to start and it is better if you start. These are set phrases.

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Gabriella

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HAITHAM
Thursday at 5:39 am
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Hello again,

I have question about as well like "It's just as well " and " You might as well start "

why we used as well and when ?.

thanks you.