What's the difference between "same with" and "same as"？
Answer from a Native speaker
These two phrases are quite similar. "Same as" is used when something is similar to another. It is more common to use "same as" when discussing objects, animals, characteristics, etc. It can be used when someone is similar to another person, but it's more common to use for animals or objects or places. Ex: That dog looks the same as my dog Millie. Ex: That tree looks the same as the tree in the park. Ex: Her personality is the same as mine. "Same with" is used when discussing that someone did an action similar to another person, or when two or more people want or did a similar thing. Ex: She went hiking this weekend. The same with me. Ex: I want to work in the filming industry. The same with James. A: I love swimming. B: Same with me!