I don't understand "just as much my friend" phrase. Isn't another "as" necessary after "as much"?
This example is a common use of the phrase "just as much". In this use the sentence is essential "she's just as much my friend as yours" however the "as yours" is omitted since it is implied from the context of the conversation. In a similar way, we can use "just as much" to imply amount without the explicit "end" of the phrase. Ex: A: I love him so much. B: Well, I love him just as much. Ex: You gave him 10 pieces, I need just as much.
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