You think /as me/ the same as me/like me/like I do.

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fangoso

Senior Member
spanish-Venezuela
Hello everyone;
A really quick question: Which of these four options represents better the idea of two people having the same thoughts? Are they all grammatical?

1. You think the same as me.
2. You think as me .
3. You think like me.
4. You think like I do.

If you want to suggest any other option that would be great.

That's all. Thanks in advance.
 
  • Englishmypassion

    Senior Member
    India - Hindi
    You think like me/as I do.

    Grammarians/Many people don't like the use of "like" in place of "as", when a verb follows, as in your sentence 4, especially in BE.
     
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