What does "just like that" mean? and when do you use it?
"Just like that" is a casual expression that means something similar to "suddenly" or "unexpectedly." It's often used to mean that something has happened or was done in a sudden way, often without much planning or consideration. The speaker in this video has used this expression to emphasize that getting accepted to Glendale University for law school occurred in such a way - suddenly and unexpectedly. Ex: I visited the animal shelter on a whim and just like that - we had a new addition to the family. Ex: Just like that, I fell in love.