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    in the same way

    Hello.

    How Hard Could It Be?: Lessons I Learned in the Army, Corporate Culture Article - Inc. Article
    When you give them a door for a desk or ask them to work on weekends, they're not going to see it in the same way as you.

    Do you leave the "in" out?

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    Smile Re: in the same way

    I would not drop the "in".

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    Re: in the same way

    Quote Originally Posted by Daruma View Post
    Hello.

    How Hard Could It Be?: Lessons I Learned in the Army, Corporate Culture Article - Inc. Article
    When you give them a door for a desk or ask them to work on weekends, they're not going to see it in the same way as you.

    Do you leave the "in" out?
    Dear Daruma: The 'in' is in.

    Petra


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    Re: in the same way

    My tickets fell through the cracks - CNN.com
    I see it the same way. You booked award tickets through Alaska Airlines using your Alaska Airlines award miles. The proverbial buck stops with Alaska.

    Should "I see it the same way" be "I see it in the same way"?

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    Re: in the same way

    Quote Originally Posted by Daruma View Post
    My tickets fell through the cracks - CNN.com
    I see it the same way. You booked award tickets through Alaska Airlines using your Alaska Airlines award miles. The proverbial buck stops with Alaska.

    Should "I see it the same way" be "I see it in the same way"?
    Yes, but bear in mind that leaving the in out makes your words sound colloquial.

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