How to say to be just about to in Japanese
- I know you're upset about your car being totaled, but you weren't injured and you should be thankful to be alive.
- Well, it's just about time for me to be on my way. Have a great weekend, everybody.
- But you see, while other people may not know, in my case, if I just had the time, I'd be buried over my head in things I'd want to do. I don't have the time to not think about things I need or want.
- If you calmly look at the reply you sent to an email, you'll find that it'll have "you" all over it. While you may use the pretext that you're just working with whatever information the addressee gave you, in the end it's just all about yourself. This is wrong. Let's be a little more careful, shall we?
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