only just or just only

Hey guys, I have a doubt, wich is the correct form? For example, I've only just arrived home or I've just only arrived home.

Thanks for your comments

Feb 8, 2016 5:01 PM
Comments · 3

I've only just arrived home.


In these exampes:

only means 'a singular thing'

just means 'recently and only'


So, only is redundant and actually adds nothing to the sentence.


Do you know the song by the Carpenters: "We've Only Just Begun"

February 8, 2016

The first one is correct!

Never use the second option! It is grammatically wrong.

February 8, 2016
I've just listened that song, thank you.
February 8, 2016