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when you rearrange the order of the words, i guess both carry much the same meaning? can you tell the difference?

1, Jane has been working many years so hard but she makes just enough to live on.

2,Jane has been working many years so hard but she just makes enough to live on.

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when you rearrange the order of the words, i guess both carry much the same meaning? can you tell the difference?     

1, Jane has been working many years so hard but she makes just enough to live on.
 
2,Jane has been working many years so hard but she just makes  enough to live on.
   
thank you.
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