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  • The meaning of "Same" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. E.g. A: What do you feed your rats and mice? B: The same thing for both. A: Given that your twins are a girl and a boy, does this mean you punish them differently when they are naughty? B: No, it's the same for both.

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    2. When you're talking to your friend, and you've had a rough day. Your friend can say, "same". This means that he/she has also had a rough day. This is just an example scenario :) it means "the same" , like tambien

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    2. It's like when someone asks, hey how are you? You reply: I'm good. And you ? The person says: same here.

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    2. Одно и то же ,одинаковый. Все женщины одинаковые.  -  All women are the same. Оба самолета летели на одинаковой высоте.  -  Both planes were flying at the same altitude. У них одинаковые привычки.  -  They have the same habits. У меня и у нее приблизительно одинаковоеколичество почтовых марок.  -  She and I have about the same number of stamps. Мы всегда платим одинаковую сумму.  -  We always pay the same amount. Мэри и Том несут одинаковую ответственность заэто.  -  Tom and Mary share the same responsibility for it. Пять пальцев на руке одинаковыми не бывают.  -  The five fingers of the hand are never the same. У Люси и у меня примерно одинаковое числодрузей.  -  Lucy and I have about the same number of friends. У Тома и Джима одинаковый рост.  -  Tom and Jim are the same height. Две горы были одинаковой высоты.  -  The two mountains are of the same height.

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    2. Same old is basically saying, nothing new, or same as always.

  • Example sentences using "Same"

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    2. Let's go TO the mall I love walking TO the park. I feel the SAME about you They're the SAME thing I really LIKE soda Do you LIKE him? What do you use this FOR? This is FOR him.

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    2. Example; "Oh! so you love burger?! Yeap, same here." Basically saying the first sentence also applies to you.

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    2. Person 1: "I love strawberries." Person 2: "Same here, I eat them all the time." Person 1: "I like to go to Seattle." Person 2: "Same here, I think it is fun."

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    2. @ignoramous: 😂 I'm so sorry no one has answered till now! "More the same" is a phrase that means that something that has been happening is happening again. Here's an example conversation: (Let's pretend it's been really rainy where Bob lives!) A: How is the the weather where you live, Bob? B: Just more of the same weather... Rain, rain, and more rain. Here both A and B (Bob) know that there has been lots of rain where Bob lived... So instead of saying "it rained again", Bob could say "There has been more of the same weather". I hope that makes sense 😂 my examples are kind of silly 😣

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    2. @___k_k___ It depends on the context, but "if it's all the same to you" can be used to excuse yourself from a situation and would be similar to saying: if it makes no difference; if you don't mind; if it doesn't bother you. It literally would mean something like: If everything will be the same and there won't be any change caused by my leaving, I'm going to leave now. Maybe 失礼ですが isn't correct, I just imagined that because Japanese people say 失礼します before leaving the presence of others sometimes. I dunno if Japanese would say "失礼ですが, I'm just going to leave now." There is a slight nuance of "I need to get out of this uncomfortable situation" when using "if it's all the same to you" before leaving someone's presence.

  • Synonyms of "Same" and their differences

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    2. @Oreo_junky they are very similar but same with us used more with people. For example 'same with me' is used when your talking to someone in a similar situation as you and your response is 'same as me' however same as is used more with objects or things for example 'this is the same as this.'

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    2. it means the same, but in "it's the same " same is a noun and in "it's same " same is an adjective:)

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    2. Same and equal are similar, but "same" can refer more to similar quality between two things, while "equal" refers more to similar amounts between two things. This is usually not a big difference but in some sentences it makes more sense to use one or the other. For instance: "The King and Queen do not have the same position, but they have equal power." You don't say that two things are equal when you are comparing the quality rather than the amount. For instance, this is wrong: "I am equal to how my father was when he was young." This is correct: "I am the same as my father was when he was young." But you can usually say "the same" in places where you use "equal", except in Mathematics.

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    2. Honestly, I'm not sure. I use and hear them used interchangeably. I wouldn't worry about the differences too much. But if you still want something of an answer, then maybe "same as" is usually used with specific, tangible objects or things. For example: "Your textbook is the same as mine! Are we in the same class?" While "same with" is more abstract, more general. For example: "Did you hear Sam is getting divorced?" "Same with Helen. She's also getting a divorce."

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    2. The same is 100% the same, like "we are wearing exactly the same shirts" whereas similar to is only partially resembling something like "frogs are similar to toads" yet they aren't the same.

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    2. Aesthetics and beauty are the same.

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    2. Hm, more or less. It would depend on the context. John ordered pizza. What would you want? I'll have the same. ~would mean: I'm ordering just what John had. Do you like apples? Yes. Me too! ~would mean: Like you, I also like apples. I didn't like the pasta. Me either. ~would mean: I also didn't like the pasta. The phrase me either is used in informal U.S. speech to say that you agree with a negative statement that someone has made. "Me neither" is used the same way. John speaks French fluently. He speaks Spanish as well. ~would mean: also and including Spanish. I hope that helped. :)

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    2. "I'll have another" Is usually what men would say at a bar. It's slang for "I'll have another one please"

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