Language learners - when comparing similar objects should you say ‘that’s the same than my car’ or ‘that’s the same as my car’ or something else?
Here’s a simple and effective way to overcome what is a common problem for French speakers of English.
When you get stuck, visualise this:
It will help you to remember the correct phrase - ‘same....as’.
• My Smartphone is the same as yours.
• He works in the same factory as my father.
• She has the same accent as my friend from New York.