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    Question Will be same / will be the same

    which one is the correct sentences:

    "It will be same for both of you."

    or

    "It will be the same for both of you."


    And please explain why.


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    Re: Will be same / will be the same

    'Same' used as a pronoun usually requires the definite article. The zero article would probably suggest some stylistic colouring.
    So "It'll be the same for (the) both of you".

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