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I always use "just like" + noun, plus also see some sentences using this form with subject + object.
I have not seen any particular English lessons for this usage, could someone explain me how I can use "just like" in a different situation. For example, is the sentence below are correct?
You can find the proper description on the prospectus of the machine just like everyone does.
I want to emphasis that everyone finds clear information in this prospectus before running the machine.