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If I say 

'She earns two time more than me'
or 
'She earns twice as much as me'

What is it correct and more "native". 
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The second version is the correct one.
"She earns two times more than me", this is fine also. However, "she earns twice as much as me" is more native.
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Formal: She earns twice as much as I do.
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Two times more is native, and common, but doesn't mathematically mean the same thing.

Two times more, or 200% more, means three times as much, but most people don't know that.

100% more means twice as much.
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