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17 May 03:35 AM

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1) Am I right?

「食べたばかり」。今。
"just ate" (just + past tense).

「食べていたばかり」 。前。
"was just eating" (was + just + verb + ing).

2) In English, "I just helped him" has two meanings:
- I just helped him (now) 🙂
- I just helped him (past & without thinking) 😴
How to say the latter in Japanese without using 思わずに? Is it 手伝っただけです?

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