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    #1

    with or without DO

    Should I tell:

    He swims as well as I.
    or
    He swims as well as I do.


    I believe the last option may be right, but I'm not sure. Help me, please.

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    #2

    Re: with or without DO

    Both are correct. Your second example is more common in speech.

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    #3

    Re: with or without DO

    Thank you very much ))))

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