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the same as

Post by navi » Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:33 am

Which are correct:
1) The membership fee might not be the same for you as it is for a married man.
2) The membership fee might not be the same for you as for a married man.
3) The membership fee might not be the same for you as a married man.
4) The membership fee might not be the same for you as me.

Does '3' mean the same as '1' and '2'? It be parsed in such a way that ''you as a married man' is a single unit. But could it mean the same as '1' and '2' as well?

Gratefully,
Navi
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