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1. I have just finished the work.
2. I just finished the work.
3. I finished the work just now.

(What about the use of 'just'? Are the sentences all grammatical and the same?)

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    They are all correct. Essentially, they are all the same.

    The word, "just," means that you finished the work within the last few minutes or the last few hours.

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