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You are as like him as I am like Sarah.
You are as much like him as I am like Sarah.
What is the difference in meaning?
The two have the same meaning. The 'much' is optional, and not normally put in. You could use it here to make the sentence easier to understand if you wanted to, as I had to read it a couple of times to get the meaning.
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