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    Question The same as

    Miriam drives the same car as me
    Miriam drives the same car as mine
    Mark was bor on the same day as me
    Is there any difference betweeen these sentences?

    My idea is that
    #1 means that Miriam drives exactly my car and not a different one
    #2 means that Miriam drives a car similar to mine,maybe of the same model...
    The last one means that Mark and I were born exactly on the same day

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    Re: The same as

    Your previous post shows that you understand the use of punctuation marks at the end of every sentence.

    Please use the Edit Post button to add the necessary punctuation to the above post, followed by Save.

    EDIT: I've just noticed that you have had lots of replies to your question here.

    I am closing this thread to save the time of our members who might be thinking of answering it.

    Please read the following:

    We recommend posting a question on one forum only initially. If you do not get a satisfactory answer from that forum and you feel that you have exhausted its possibilities, then of course trying a different forum might help. It is only courteous however, to tell the second forum that you have already asked the question on another forum and then give a precis of the answers you received there, along with an explanation of why you are now looking elsewhere.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 06-Nov-2014 at 12:03.


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