I have learned the phrase which "as much as I can" before.

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Jul 19, 2011 23:04
I have learned the phrase which "as much as I can" before.
And today, I learned it again but that is just different sentence.What I learned today is "I would like to spend as much time be with you as I can so even if you are busy".

I didn't understand this when I read it for the first time. However now, I think that I can say "as much (adjective) as much (noun) as I can".
So I will be able to make a sentence that "I want to (write) as much as (about
my feeling) as I can". I think it is correct.
Also, how about this? "I want to (doing carefully) as much as (myself) as I can." Is that also good?

I also heard another sentence from my friend that "I want to (eat) as much (sashimi) as I can".So..I guess my friend like sashimi very much...
Anyway, I like those sentences. Especially I like the first sentence. If I can meet my friends which tell me that words, I also would like to spend as much as be with my friend as I can even if they were busy.

Also, I read another kind sentence today that "She is just an easy person to be with and to work" from the interview of the actor which Angelina Julie on the website. That is nice word. I want to become such a person....
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