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  1. Junior Member
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    #1

    Smile as much as she/her

    Do you usually say so?
    1. I love you as much as her.
    2. I love you as much as she.
    First one: I love you as much as I love her.
    Second one: She and I love you.
    are they what they meant?
    Thank for you help.

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    #2

    Re: as much as she/her

    **Neither a teacher nor a native speaker.**

    I completely agree with you

    "I love you as much as she does". -> would be a longer version.
    (Your version is correct too.)

    Cheers!

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