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I know that we can say: You have the same book as me/I do.


How about:

  1. You and I have the same books.

  2. You and I have the same book.


What are the differences between them?

Thank you

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    The first means there are several books, which you both have. The second is about one single book, and you both have a copy. – Weather Vane Nov 4 '18 at 16:56
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  1. means you have the same books as me/I do.

  2. means you have the same book as me/I do.

Additionally, you can say:

  • Your books are the same as mine/my books.

OR

  • Your book is the same as mine/my book.

AND

  • Your books and mine/my books are the same

OR

  • Your book and mine/my book are the same

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