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David Kwok
Can I say "just like me before"? I'm living in the UK right now,and I need to cut my hair in Tony I know when I show the picture to the stylist she got what I mean,but I still wanna learn native correct expression.How should I express I wanna cut the same hair as last time or like always? "just like always?" "just like my always?" "just like my before?" "just like me before?" I reaaaaally have no any correct idea.U couldn't tell me about this question,could you ? Wonderful thanks!
Jan 21, 2016 6:12 PM
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If you want a really native expression you could say "The usual." This is extremely common for repeat orders. But this depends. Will the hairdresser remember you and the way you have your hair? Another option is 'Same as always." or "Same as before." Looking at your sentences above, I note you are using 'my' (as a determiner) - you don't need it - "Just like before" is better grammar.
January 21, 2016
"I'd like the same haircut as before. Here's a picture. Thanks."
January 21, 2016
David Kwok
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Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), English, Italian, Japanese, Korean
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English, Italian, Korean