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Could you tell me which are correct?
  • We got together around the same times as you guys.
  • He looks the same age as his wife.
  • They are around the same height
  • He had just about the same amount as me.
Can you use HAPPY THAT
  • If you go to sleep early, tomoorow you'll be happy when you wake up tomorrow not tired as you'll have gone to sleep early.
Thank you
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alc24
  • If you go to sleep early, tomoorow you'll be happy when you wake up tomorrow not tired as you'll have gone to sleep early.
This is like a snake swallowing its own tail! If you go to sleep early ... as you'll have gone to sleep early! Amazing. You do ten or twenty sentences perfectly, and then you come up with something like this! Giving yourself a challenge, I see. Hee! Emotion: smile

I advise a rewrite.

If you go to sleep early, you'll be glad you did because you won't be tired when you wake up (tomorrow).

CJ
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Could you tell me which are correct?
  • We got together around the same times as you guys.
  • We got together around the same time as you guys.

  • He looks the same age as his wife.
  • They are around the same height
  • He had just about the same amount as me.
  • He had just about the same amount as I.

Can you use HAPPY THAT
  • If you go to sleep early, tomoorow you'll be happy when you wake up tomorrow not tired as you'll have gone to sleep early.
  • If you go to sleep early, tomorrow you'll be happy when you wake up not tired, as you had gone to sleep early.

  • I would write your sentence in this manner;

  • If you go to sleep early, tomorrow you'll wake up happy because, you are not tired.

Thank you

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# He had just about the same amount as me.

He had just about the same amount as I.

I dont agree with it being incorrect.

I would suggest either "the same amount as me" or "the same amount as I had".