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Which of the two following is correct?
You chose exactly the same wallpaper as *us*. OR
You chose exactly the same wallpaper as we did.
Thanks.
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future332 Which of the two following is correct?You chose exactly the same wallpaper as *us*. ORYou chose exactly the same wallpaper as we did.Thanks.
The first sentence is informal, the second formal.
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I think the second option is correct but if the expression 'as me' is OK, why not 'as us'? Interesting question, future332. Emotion: thinking
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future332the same wallpaper as *us*.
I can't imagine myself saying this.
future332the same wallpaper as we did.
This one sounds exactly right to me.

CJ
CJ, correct me if I'm wrong,
Are you saying the 1st example is incorrect?
Thanks.
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future332Are you saying the 1st example is incorrect?
No. It's grammatically correct. It just sounds off to my ear, so I don't use it.

CJ
Fair enough. Thanks, CJ.
Because "as me" is not proper. You should say "as I." There is an implied verb. As I am. You wouldn't say, "as me am." Same for we. As we are. You wouldn't say, "as us are."
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