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Hi, I feel like I come here only when I have a grammar question and I don't know whom to ask, thanks a lot
now my question is, which one is correct to use "the same, same, same here" as an answer? like:
- I don't know anything about it
- Same here/ the same/ same ? 

(thanks in advance)

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Hello Shany,

I'd say that in your context, the correct phrase is 'Same here.' = Me neither. = Neither do I.

In another context, 'The same.' is better:

I'm having duck. What about you? >> (I'll have) the same.
Are you feeling better than yesterday? >> No, (I'm feeling) the same.

I can't think of any context when you would just say 'Same.' If you have heard this, maybe the person just didn't bother to pronounce the required 'the'.

I hope this helps.

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