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Are these four sentences correct? Which ones are better?

1. I wish I knew about you as much you as you know about me.
2. I wish I would know about you as much as you know about me.

3. I wish I could make you feel as angry as you are making me feel.
4. I wish I would make you feel as angry as you are making me feel.
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- I wish I knew you as much as you know me.
- I would like to know you as much as you know me.

- I wish I could make you angry as you are making me.
- I would like to make you angry as you are making me.

Just my suggestions, I do not know if they are correct.
Wouldn't there be a slight change in meaning in sentences 1 and 2. You see, I have this problem with prepositions.
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What about:

1. I wish I knew about you as much as you know about me.
2. I wish I would know more about you as much as you know about me.

3 and 4 are great IMO.
What does IMO stand for?
IMO = in my opinion
IMHO = in my humble opinion
IMAO = in my arrogant opinion
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Hey maj,
I'd write them this way personally.

1. I wish I knew you as well as you know me. or I wish i knew as much about you as you know about me.
2. I would like to know as much about you as you know about me.

3. I wish I could make you feel as angry as I'm feeling.
4. I'd like to make you feel the same way you're making me feel.

Thats just how I'd say them.
I wish I would know about you as much as you know about me.
maj Are these four sentences correct? Which ones are better? 1. I wish I knew about you as much you as you know about me. 2. I wish I would know about you as much as you know about me. 3. I wish I could make you feel as angry as you are making me feel. 4. I wish I would make you feel as angry as you are making me feel.
I wish I could make you feel as angry as you are making me feel.
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